Just a little change that makes a lot of sense.

The Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport announced that JetBlue will be changing their seasonal service flight to Long Beach. Instead now the seasonal service will be flying to Los Angeles' busiest airport LAX.

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This change will start December 17, 2020. So if you want to fly to Long Beach anytime soon, you might want to book your flight soon.

According to a JetBlue press release, the change is due to JetBlue making Los Angeles their main base of operations and to build their airline service in one of the busiest airports in the United States.

This whole move makes a lot of sense. Long Beach is a great airport and fantastic area, it makes sense to change the flight to Los Angeles' LAX.

Los Angeles is a hub to not only to more international flights but Los Angeles is also filled with so many attractions for people to check out . From Disneyland to professional sports(NHL, MLB, NFL, and NBA) to so many other activities(don't forget Venice beach). Los Angeles is a more attractive place to fly to.

Also, this gives the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport another extremely cheap direct flight to Los Angeles.

This seasonal flight starting December 17, 2020 will come in handy when Montana's cold winter hits and we all want to be in warmer weather and nothing is sunnier and warmer than Los Angeles.

For more details on the flight change for JetBlue, check out the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport.