Major jetBlue cuts highlight the week in commercial aviation

JetBlue is cutting the following routes for the summer, taking an ax to their Fort Lauderdale hub:

Fort Lauderdale-Cartagena/Chicago-O’Hare/Cleveland/Grand Cayman/Port-of-Spain/Portland (OR)/Providenciales/Seattle-Tacoma/St Maarten

West Palm Beach-Los Angeles also being cut for the summer.

Southwest is bumping Fort Lauderdale-Havana nonstop back to THREE TIMES daily in the summer. A lot of empty planes going to be making the short hop apparently so WN can keep the route authority.

Frontier is exiting the Orlando-San Diego market this summer.

Flair has added Fort Lauderdale-Montreal-Dorval/Ottawa/Toronto service for the winter as well as serving the same cities from Sanford Airport next winter.

The airline known as “Eastern,” but increasingly an embarrassment in terms of scheduled service to that hallowed name has zeroed out Miami-Asuncion and Montevideo nonstops for the summer.

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