It is the 44th non-stop destination serviced by JetBlue from Boston. It’s also the first city added by the New York-based airline to a city not already served by the carrier at Kennedy Airport in New York.
Dallas/Fort Worth has been working for several years to get JetBlue flights into their airport.
Bob Weiss, CBS Boston travel contributor
About 130 passengers were aboard the first flight that left Logan Airport at 7:08 a.m. Tuesday.
Business people can make it a one day trip with the last non-stop flight returning to Boston at 5:50 p.m. local time.
JetBlue New England manager Norbert Strissel was especially pleased to note the amount of cargo being carried on the first flight.
“We’re taking lobsters from Legal Sea Foods to give to the DFW airport people at the event in Dallas,” said Strissel.
“We’ll also have 2,500 pounds of live lobsters as cargo on the first flight "
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