JetBlue flies to several large cities including New York, Miami, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
But it also flies to smaller cities, many of which are popular vacation spots.
Here are four small American towns you can get to via JetBlue.
This is JetBlue’s first ever Montana destination and visiting Yellowstone National Park a lot easier because the airport is between two park entrances.
Seasonal flights operate from Long Beach, California, on Thursdays and Sundays.
Martha’s Vineyard is an exclusive community near Cape Cod known for presidential summer getaways.
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Getting there takes a short flight from Boston, and JetBlue offers flights from various connecting cities.
Burlington’s airport isn’t just a place for visiting the Vermont countryside, it’s also about 95 miles from Montreal, Canada. Stopping here may be a flight option when you’re looking to visit Canada.
Flights to Burlington depart from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.
Daytona Beach, Florida
Depending on the season, tickets to Florida can get quite pricey. JetBlue’s flights to Daytona may be an affordable option.
But if you want to grab one of these flights, you’ll have to book soon. Service ends on Jan. 7, 2019.
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