The flights will be on Airbus A320 jets, and will more than double the number of daily flights JetBlue operates from Atlanta.
Passengers will be able to connect in New York to other JetBlue flights and routes on JetBlue partners including Emirates, El Al, Aer Lingus, Etihad and Qatar.
JetBlue flies more than 70 routes from New York and also has a large presence in Orlando and Fort Lauderdale with flights to Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Mexico and Colombia.
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JetBlue is announcing it will add two flights a day to New York’s John F. Kennedy International, two flights a day to Fort Lauderdale and one flight a day to Orlando from Atlanta.