NEWBURGH – When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the region, Jet Blue was among the airlines at New York Stewart International Airport that suspended its service with plans to resume in November.
That has apparently changed with the airline suspending service to the Hudson Valley indefinitely.
Stewart Chief Operating Officer Oscar Hollenbach told the Stewart Airport Commission on Tuesday that Delta Air Lines also suspended service indefinitely.
“American is actually flying now, but in a couple of days, they are going to suspend again, until November 7, I believe. And Jet Blue and Delta are suspended indefinitely right now,” he said. “They have not given us a date for starting back up again.”
Stewart is one of several airports that Jet Blue will not be returning to this fall.
Palm Springs service will resume in mid-December.
Service to Baltimore/Washington, Burbank, Ontario, and San Jose will resume in April 2021.
Service to Worcester has been suspended indefinitely.