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Hacker News users are calling out JetBlue for its decision to add Houston to its “flight rises” list, but they’re also calling out its flight to the Caribbean.
According to Hacker News user B.A.K. (the name is a play on his real name, B.J.), JetBlue is offering flights to Houston from Houston.
The airline confirmed to the website that the Houston flight is a Houston-to-Dallas flight and that the “Dallas-to-“Houston flight is actually a flight from Houston-Dallas to San Juan, Puerto Rico.
“JetBlue Houston is currently offering Houston flights on their Houston service, which includes an upgraded Economy class to the same fare,” a JetBlue spokesperson told the website.
“The Houston-Houston flights will be the same fares as they are now, however the fares will be adjusted based on the availability of available seats.”
Houston is an airport in Texas.
JetBlue’s Houston flights from San Juan to Houston are currently on hold until JetBlue finds additional flights that are “available” for the same trip, according to the JetBlue Houston page.
B.A.: Houston-San Juan, from Houston, TX, is the same price as JetBlue Dallas-Houston.
Houston is an Airport in Texas, but the Jetblue Houston flight to San Francisco from Houston is on hold.
JetBlue is not the only carrier offering Houston to Houston flights.
A JetBlue flight from San Francisco to Houston was originally scheduled to depart this week.
Jetblue has since canceled that flight.
If you’re wondering how JetBlue could possibly be adding Houston to their “flight rising” list in the middle of the season, it turns out that JetBlue doesn’t really fly in the Houston area.
While JetBlue has no official information about the Houston-Texas flight, the airline confirmed via email that Houston-Austin flights from JetBlue will be added to its Houston-Los Angeles and Houston-Boston routes.
There’s no way for JetBlue to confirm if the Houston flights are Houston-Bryan or Houston-Olathe, as both flights originate in Dallas.
JetBlue’s decision to fly Houston flights to San Franccia was likely influenced by the “Flights to the Americas” list on the airline’s website.
It appears the Houston route is only available to Houston-based flights.
If you’re planning a trip to Houston this weekend, JetBlue seems to be doing its best to ensure that you don’t get a ticket to the city.
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