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JetBlue is moving its West Coast base.
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The airline announced Thursday that Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) would be its new “primary base of operations in greater Los Angeles,” according to a release.
In early October, JetBlue will move all its services and operations at Long Beach Airport (LGB) to LAX to combine with its services there, the release said.
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According to the release, JetBlue’s last day of operations at LGB will be Oct. 6.
On Oct. 7, when its service is consolidated at LAX, JetBlue will operate 30 flights a day between LAX and 13 other locations, including four routes using the airline’s premium service, Mint.