Today, Feb. 15, JetBlue Airways announced its intent to serve Tallahassee International Airport (TLH) with direct air service to and from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL).
“I am proud to welcome JetBlue to Florida’s capital city! Tallahassee is thriving, and this exciting news is another example of the many great things coming to fruition around our growing community and at the Tallahassee International Airport.
The addition of JetBlue is the result of long-term, focused planning efforts and investments at TLH to expand air service in a way that brings value to our community,” Mayor John Dailey said. “It’s clear that by prioritizing investments in TLH, airlines are now looking to invest in our community, and I am immensely proud of the actions we’ve taken and direction we are headed.”
“Building off the success of our Jacksonville to Fort Lauderdale route, we’re excited to announce this important intra-Florida flight as the first of many new routes to come,” said Dave Clark, head of revenue and planning, JetBlue.
The addition of JetBlue’s service expands travel options from Tallahassee to Fort Lauderdale utilizing the Airbus A320 jet, which has a capacity of up to 170 seats, and offers global connectivity to more than 100 destinations in the U.S., Latin America, Caribbean, Canada, South America and the United Kingdom.
Bookings will be available in the coming months on JetBlue.com with flights taking off beginning January 2024.
“Continuing to make strategic, forward-thinking investments in Tallahassee International Airport is paying off with benefits to residents and businesses. TLH is committed to providing an exceptional way to fly, and we’re excited to develop new air service options for travelers with JetBlue,” David Pollard, City of Tallahassee Director of Aviation, said.