Steamboat’s industry-leading air program continues to expand with the addition of three new nonstop markets on JetBlue beginning winter 2018. Skiers and riders in Boston, Ft. Lauderdale and Long Beach, California, will be able to access Steamboat’s Champagne Powder® snow during the 2018-19 winter via nonstop flights, which guests can begin booking today for December travel.

“Recognizing the popularity of Steamboat as a destination for guests in New England and south Florida, the resort is thrilled to partner with JetBlue to provide nonstop access for skiers and riders in these markets as well as Long Beach for West Coast vacationers,” said Rob Perlman, president and COO of Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. “With these additional flights, Steamboat boasts the most robust winter air program of any mountain resort community in North America.”

JetBlue’s nonstop service from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and Long Beach Airport (LGB) will operate twice a week, and the Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) flight will operate once a week from Dec. 15 through March 30 on an A320 aircraft, capable of accommodating 150 passengers. In addition to serving skiers and snowboarders in these three markets, JetBlue offers convenient connections from additional destinations across the country. The new JetBlue service contributes to the 10 nonstop markets Steamboat has added in the past seven years.

JetBlue nonstop service to the Steamboat/Hayden airport (HDN) is currently scheduled as follows:

“We are thrilled to provide direct service from three of our JetBlue focus cities to Steamboat Springs — a world-class ski destination and home of Champagne Powder®,” said John Checketts, vice president of network planning. “With JetBlue, a wonderful winter getaway is closer than ever no matter which corner of the country travelers call home.”

To purchase a nonstop or connecting flight from JetBlue markets, visit