JetBlue to discontinue service in Daytona Beach

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JetBlue Airways will be discontinuing service from several markets, including Daytona Beach, the airline announced on Tuesday.

JetBlue said the decision was part of a system-wide reallocation, spurred by the need to reduce expenses nationwide. 

Since JetBlue began non-stop, daily service in January 2016, the airport has seen record passenger traffic. The increased volume can be attributed to market growth by all three air carriers.  

JetBlue Airways will discontinue service on Jan. 8, 2019.