We admit that we're not totally sure of all the possible destinations, but we are solid on which terminal JetBlue will call home. That’s because officials at Bradley have finally decided to retire Terminal B from service, or more like put it out of its misery. The terminal is the oldest one in the country, and its appearance makes that pretty clear. We’ve flown on American Airlines from the historic building, and all we can say is that we’re glad to see it go.
Today American is shifting everything over to the airport’s main building—Terminal A—and the state police are going to take up residence in the old building. The airport has spent roughly $200 million to spice things up in Terminal A, and we’re just hoping that Jetblue thinks its nice enough to set up shop.
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[Photo of Jetblue planes hanging out at JFK: Jaunted]