JetBlue Airways will use new slot pairs it gained at Washington National Airport (DCA) from the American Airlines/US Airways divestiture to start service to Charleston, S.C., Hartford, Conn. and Nassau in the Bahamas from June 19. It will also add a second daily DCA-Tampa flight from July 2. The carrier will use Embraer E-190s on the routes. It will fly to Charleston and Hartford twice daily each from DCA and to Nassau daily. Including the second daily DCA-Tampa service, JetBlue has outlined ...

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