Travel problems for JetBlue customers continue in Boston, across the US

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Travel problems for JetBlue customers continue at Boston’s Logan Airport, across the country

People who fly with JetBlue Airways to and from Boston and across the country are facing another frustrating weekend of air travel, and according to FlightAware, JetBlue canceled 49 flights — out of 17% of the day’s schedule — to and from Logan International Airport. It’s 10:05 a.m. Sunday. In addition, 27 flights to and from Boston were delayed – 9% of Sunday’s schedule – and Sunday’s cancellations and delays come after JetBlue canceled 54 flights (21%) and delayed 117 flights (46%) to and from Logan Airport on Sunday. Saturday: The only other airlines to cancel flights to and from Boston on Saturday were Cape Air (12, 6%), Spirit (2, 10%), Jazz (2, 20%) and SAS (2, 100%), according to FlightAware.Nationwide, JetBlue canceled 191 flights (18%) and delayed 497 flights (48%) on Saturday. As of 10:05 a.m. Sunday, JetBlue had canceled 136 flights (12%) and delayed 177 flights (16%) across the country. JetBlue’s weekend cancellations and delays come just one week after hundreds of cancellations and hundreds of other delays spanning April 2 through April 3, and through Monday, April 4, at Boston’s Logan Airport alone. JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes was at Logan Airport to announce that the airline would begin flights from Boston to London Gatwick on July 19. It will be followed by flights to London Heathrow from 22 August. to acquire Spirit Airlines, which could halt the merger between Spirit and Frontier Airlines.

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People who fly JetBlue Airways to and from Boston and across the country are facing another frustrating weekend of air travel.

According to FlightAware, JetBlue has canceled 49 flights – 17% of the day’s schedule – to and from Logan International Airport as of 10:05 a.m. Sunday. In addition, 27 flights to and from Boston – 9% of Sunday’s schedule – were delayed.

Sunday’s cancellations and delays come after JetBlue canceled 54 flights (21%) and delayed 117 flights (46%) to and from Logan Airport on Saturday.

The only other airlines that canceled flights to and from Boston on Saturday were Cape Air (12, 6%), Spirit (2, 10%), Jazz (2, 20%) and SAS (2, 100%), according to FlightAware.

Nationwide, JetBlue canceled 191 flights (18%) and delayed 497 (48%) on Saturday. As of 10:05 a.m. Sunday, JetBlue had canceled 136 flights (12%) and delayed 177 flights (16%) across the country.

This weekend’s cancellations and delays from JetBlue come just one week later Hundreds of cancellations, hundreds of delays which ran from April 2 to April 3 to He stayed until that MondayApril 4, at Boston’s Logan Airport alone.

On Tuesday, April 5, JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes was at Logan Airport to announce the airline’s start-up Traveling from Boston to London Gatwick Airport on July 19. It will be followed by flights to London Heathrow from 22 August.

Later that day, JetBlue has submitted a bid of approximately $3.6 billion to acquire Spirit Airlineswhich could lead to the discontinuation of the merger between Spirit and Frontier Airlines.

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