JetBlue flies to more than 85 U.S. and international destinations as of 2015, including its top three, New York City, Boston and Fort Lauderdale. The company, which is the fifth-largest airline in the United States as of 2015, focuses primarily on East Coast and Caribbean destinations.
Other top JetBlue destinations are Orlando, Florida; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Washington, D.C.; West Palm Beach, Florida; Newark, New Jersey; Tampa, Florida and Long Beach, California. In 2015, the company added flights to Mexico City; Bridgetown, Barbados; Baltimore, Maryland; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Albany, New York.
In 2013, JetBlue began serving the Caribbean, with an average of 200 daily flights throughout the islands. It also broadened its Caribbean network, signing interline agreements with several Caribbean airlines.
JetBlue tends to focus on destinations it sees as "high-value" cities, where passengers are more likely to pay more for superior service. As a result, it has yet to include many destinations in the Midwest. However, in 2015 it added Cleveland, Ohio to its list of flight destinations. The company's West Coast flight destinations include Seattle, Washington; Portland, Oregon and San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento, San Jose, Burbank, Los Angeles and San Diego, California. Its Southwest destinations are Las Vegas, Reno, Salt Lake City, Albuquerque and Phoenix..