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New JetBlue Schedule Extension Reaches Deep Into Fall, 2020

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Written by Charlie

The latest JetBlue schedule extension is here and you can now book for Columbus Day weekend as well as anything else you want for mid-fall of 2020.

As of today, you can now book flights with this JetBlue extension for flights through October 24, 2020. This represents an extension of about 7 weeks from the previous date available.

New JetBlue Schedule Extension

Link: JetBlue

Unlike other airlines around the world, Southwest and JetBlue releases their schedules for flight bookings in blocks of time instead of a rolling schedule. That means that every couple/few months, the date that you can book up to is pushed out a little more. When this happens, it can be a great time to lock in the flights that you need for that new period – especially when it involves holiday travel.

The new JetBlue schedule extension is here now and bookable all the way through October 24, 2020. That is a good chunk of additional calendar space, making it 258 days of JetBlue flights you can now book. This is not nearly as long as the last schedule extension (over 300 days bookable) but this will get you set up for things like Columbus Day weekend.

Unfortunately, it stops just a couple of weeks shy of the NYC Marathon (which is still open for entries for the drawing). It would have been nice to have that extension cover that since NYC is the big JetBlue hub.

So, get booking! I always enjoy flying JetBlue from the great treatment onboard as well as the comfortable seats and live TV entertainment. I know I am not alone in that!

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Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.