JetBlue is to start 30 new routes, with most from this August and October.
All but two routes will have direct competition in the week JetBlue begins, while 18 will have at least two competitors. There will be quite a lot of direct competition, even though frequencies are currently depressed given coronavirus, sometimes dramatically so.
Newark will see nine new routes, including transcontinental services to San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, and Phoenix. JetBlue will add up to 105 weekly services at the New Jersey airport, equivalent to 15 daily flights.
Florida features 18 times in these...