February 2, 2011
By Kevin Turner
JetBlue Airways on Wednesday officially established Jacksonville International Airport as a site for one of the airlines’ cargo stations.
The airline noted that it chose Jacksonville as the location for the 31st station because it will allow cargo shipments from Jacksonville to easily be routed through its hubs at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City and Boston Logan International Airport.
The cargo site also will be instrumental for shipments to and from Puerto Rico because the airline will begin flight service to and from Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport May 19.