On January 4, 2024, the City of Tallahassee will welcome JetBlue as the newest air service provider at Tallahassee International Airport (TLH). JetBlue will provide daily, nonstop service between TLH and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL).
“As we enter the New Year, I am excited to welcome JetBlue to Florida’s Capital City. This new service is the result of strategic investments in our airport and a focus on building strong business relationships to bring value to our community and further establish Tallahassee as a hub for economic activity,” Mayor John Dailey said.
JetBlue, known for its low fares and great service, features the most legroom in coach; fast, free and unlimited high-speed Fly-Fi; complimentary name-brand snacks and drinks; and seatback entertainment at every seat. The addition of JetBlue’s service expands travel options from Tallahassee to Fort Lauderdale utilizing the Airbus A320 aircraft, which has a capacity of up to 162 seats. JetBlue offers service to more than 100 destinations in the United States, Latin America, the Caribbean, Canada and Europe. Bookings are now available on JetBlue.com.
“With terminal renovations nearing completion and new air service options with JetBlue, we look forward to sharing TLH’s fast, friendly and convenient travel experience with even more passengers in 2024,” David Pollard, City of Tallahassee Director of Aviation, said.
To mark the launch of JetBlue’s newest route, the community is invited to attend a celebration and reception that will begin at 9:30 a.m. on January 4, 2024, in the main airport terminal. The first inbound flight is scheduled to land at 9:40 a.m. Mayor John Dailey; City Manager Reese Goad; Robert Land, head of government affairs and associate general counsel at JetBlue; and Pollard will all provide remarks during the reception.
Tallahassee International Airport is owned and operated by the City of Tallahassee. For more information about the airport, air service and more, visit TLHAirport.com and follow @TLHAirport on Facebook and Twitter.