Posted 1 February 2018 12:00 AM by Ashley McGlone

Today we announced a multi-year partnership with Boston’s largest airline, JetBlue. As the Official Airline of the Boch Center, JetBlue deepens its commitment to supporting Boston’s art and cultural community.

The partnership will directly support the Boch Center’s mission to preserve iconic venues, present world-class entertainment and provide cultural and educational experiences to the broader community. JetBlue is committed to working with the Center to expand its arts education programming and community initiatives. The partnership will also include special ticketing perks for JetBlue cardholders and TrueBlue members and a JetBlue Lounge on site at the Wang Theatre.

“The Boch Center is extremely proud to welcome JetBlue as our newest partner,” said Josiah A. Spaulding, Jr., President and CEO of the Boch Center. “JetBlue has a longstanding history of philanthropic commitment in Greater Boston, including in the arts, and we look forward to working together to enhance the mission and visibility of the Center and serve the local community.”

“We are thrilled to partner with the Boch Center and build on our commitment to supporting the local performing arts community,” said Ronda Ivy McLeod, manager of regional marketing, JetBlue. “We at JetBlue have a deep connection in Boston and partnering with one of the city’s iconic institutions was a natural fit.”

JetBlue is Boston’s largest airline, with up to 150 daily departures and plans to increase service to 200 peak day departures. Starting May 3, 2018, the airline will launch 3x daily service from Boston to Minneapolis, JetBlue’s 65th nonstop destination from Boston Logan International Airport. Additionally, JetBlue customers can take advantage of the airline’s more than a dozen partnerships with international carriers – such as Emirates, El Al, Aer Lingus, Etihad, Qatar and Cape Air – offering destinations around the world. The airline also recently expanded its acclaimed Mint offering to Las Vegas from Boston, and will start Mint service to Seattle from Boston on February 15.

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