JetBlue and Hawaiian Airlines will expand their codeshare
agreement in conjunction with Hawaiian's April 4 launch of flights between
Boston and Honolulu.
Under the expanded codeshare, travelers originating from 26
Eastern U.S. airports can purchase Hawaiian/JetBlue codeshare tickets routing
them through Boston to Honolulu.
Hawaiian will fly to and from Boston (where JetBlue is the
largest carrier) five days per week. Boston will be Hawaiian's second East
Coast destination, joining New York Kennedy.
The expanded codeshare includes key markets where JetBlue
doesn't fly from Kennedy, such as Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Boston, Cleveland
and Washington Reagan.