Boston, MA, 06/28/2013 (financialstrend) – JetBlue Airways (NASDAQ:JBLU) has announced that they have launched daily trips from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and Juan Santamaria International Airport in San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO). To celebrate the airlines new route service, the company has offered the flight tickets from Fort Lauderdale for one-way trip at a cost of $135 from July 2 for the passengers boarding from September 6 to December 13 this year.
JetBlue’s 150-seat Airbus A320 will be operated to serve to San Jose. JetBlue’s Airbus A320 fleet is renders a comfortable fleet to the passengers as it provides more legroom than any other carrier in coach and has an award winning service history featuring convenient assigned seating and a first-checked bag free. It also offers unlimited branded snacks and drinks along with other complimentary.
Scott Laurence, the Vice President of network planning for JetBlue Airways has said that the company has added one more destinations to its fleet services. It remarks as the success of the company and capitalizes to the ongoing growth to a key central destination to America. He also said that the success depends on the combination of great customer experience, low fares and the best people in the industry in both Ft. Lauderdale and Costa Rica.
The Minister of Tourism of Costa Rica Allan Flores has pleasingly said that in the four years of operation in the country, the company has shown a steady growth earning the satisfaction of the passengers of Costa Rica and opening new routes which shows the company’s success to invest in their destiny. The new route which the company has inaugurated from Fort Lauderdale has increased the availability of seats for the passengers travelling from the United States to the Juan Santamaria International Airport. It has also strengthened options for travel to Costa Rica from the state of Florida.
The stock of the company is trading in the range of $6.26 to $6.63. On an average 3.80 million of the company’s stock exchange their hands, but in previous day’s trading session the company has traded a volume of 8.81 million shares.