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JetBlue to launch service to JFK on Aug. 6; Sun Country starts Bozeman flights

JetBlue will begin new service between Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) and John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) on Aug. 6, expanding its existing service at MSP.

JetBlue will fly up to twice daily between MSP and JFK, the most popular airport serving the New York City metro area, and the nation's sixth busiest airport by passenger volume.

JetBlue will fly A320s equipped with JetBlue's free Wi-Fi and DirecTV service for all passengers.

JetBlue becomes the second airline serving JFK from MSP, joining Delta Air Lines. The route sees significant passenger demand, averaging 1,400 per day in 2019.

In the spring of 2018, JetBlue started service at MSP with service to Boston. Those flights are returning this month following a suspension of service due to COVID-19.

Another new route addition for MSP is Sun Country's seasonal route to Bozeman, Mont., which started service in June. The Bozeman Airport is located 78 miles from Yellowstone National Park and nearby recreational areas.

Sun Country plans twice-weekly flights and joins Delta to become the second airline serving Bozeman from MSP.