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JetBlue Is Leaving Dulles Airport in January. Here's Why

JetBlue spokesman says airline will cease flights to and from Dulles as of Jan. 8, 2019

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    • A JetBlue spokesman confirms that the airline will cease flights to and from Dulles as of Jan. 8, 2019.

    • JetBlue currently operates flights to JFK and Boston out of Dulles.

    • A spokesman says their customers have shown the prefer using Reagan National Airport.

    JetBlue flights out of Washington Dulles International Airport will soon be a thing of the past.

    A JetBlue spokesman confirms that the airline will cease flights to and from Dulles as of Jan. 8, 2019. JetBlue currently serves the airport with flights to JFK and Boston, but the spokesman says their customers have shown they prefer the more centrally located Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington. 

    JetBlue operates up to 35 flights per day out of Reagan, including up to 10 between Reagan and Boston, the spokesman said.

    NBC4 transportation reporter Adam Tuss contributed to this report.

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