JetBlue and Cape Air Announce Codeshare Agreement
SAN JUAN – JetBlue is expanding its partnership with Cape Air with a codeshare agreement for flights throughout the U.S. northeast and the Caribbean such as routes Cape Air operates from Boston Logan International Airport and San Juan’s Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport.
The agreement allows for a single-ticket purchase for flights to two dozen destinations operated by both carriers, which means only one check-in and baggage transfer.
Cape Air serves such destinations as Bar Harbor, Maine; Provincetown, Mass.; Vieques, Puerto Rico and Tortola, British Virgin Islands.
“No matter how big or small our customers’ hometown or destination may be, they can be sure JetBlue and Cape Air will make booking a ticket and traveling more convenient than ever before,” Robin Hayes, president and CEO of JetBlue, says in the published announcement.
The airlines’ partnership was first formed in 2007.