JetBlue will launch 30 new domestic routes between July 23 and Oct. 1 as the airline gears its network more toward leisure markets, where air travel is showing some recovery. 

Notably, JetBlue is expanding in Newark, adding nine of the 30 new routes at the New Jersey airport. For the first time, JetBlue will offer its business class Mint product out of Newark. That service will be available multiple times per day on flights from Newark to Los Angeles and San Francisco, beginning July 23. 

JetBlue also will fly from Newark to Charleston, S.C.; Austin, Texas; Las Vegas; Phoenix; San Diego; Jacksonville, Fla.; and Sarasota-Bradenton, Fla.

Overall, 14 of the new routes will touch one of the three New York metro airports. From JFK, JetBlue will launch service to Dallas/Fort Worth, Detroit, Minneapolis and St. Thomas. From LaGuardia, the airline will fly to Fort Myers and Tampa.

On Aug. 6, JetBlue will launch five new routes from Philadelphia, flying to Florida destinations Orlando, Palm Beach, Fort Myers and Tampa, plus San Juan.

“Like the rest of the JetBlue network, these new routes will be regularly evaluated,” the carrier said. “The airline will remain flexible, allowing market demand to determine how long a particular route continues to operate.”

JetBlue also announced Thursday that in early July it will resume operations at nine airports that it temporarily exited due to the pandemic -- Chicago O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston Bush, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Providence, Portland, Ore., and Ponce and Aguadilla in Puerto Rico.

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