5 jetBlue Flights on Sale Today Only from Washington D.C. - Hopper Blog

5 jetBlue Flights on Sale Today Only from Washington D.C.

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a vacation, not just a party! JetBlue has just announced its one-day Cinco de Flyo sale, so Hopper found five great options from Washington D.C.

Dara
By Dara Continenza
Posted May 5, 2015

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a vacation, not just a party! JetBlue has just announced its one-day Cinco de Flyo sale, so we're kicking it off with five amazing flights from Washington D.C., all coming in at $276 or less.


Fly from Washington D.C. to Charleston from $118

From its antebellum architecture to its inimitable barbecue scene, Charleston is a one-of-a-kind American getaway. A quick $118 flight from Washington D.C. will have you on the ground in no time, ready to explore the city's waterfront park, French Quarter, Battery, and more.

Fly from Washington D.C. to Tampa from $148

Equal parts laid-back beach town and vibrant arts community, Tampa is a great weekend escape for District residents, with ticket prices from just $148 round trip. Take the family to Busch Gardens or have an adults-only day of touring art museums and dining out.

Fly from Washington D.C. to Boston from $198

The city of Boston is a perfect summertime visit, with sailboats plying the picturesque Charles River and patios bursting forth with tourists and locals alike slurping oysters and local beers. Join them on one of these super-quick $198 flights!

Fly from Washington D.C. to Orlando from $198

Whether your tastes run more Magic Kingdom or Universal, there's something for everyone in Orlando (and with flights costing just $198 per person, you'll have plenty left for park tickets!) Flights from D.C. to Orlando are just two hours.

Fly from Washington D.C. to Nassau, Bahamas, from $276

For just $238 per person round trip, you could be in the Bahamas! Swim with dolphins or careen down the towering water slides of Atlantis, have a luxe dinner at Graycliff, or explore the pirate museum with the whole family. The Bahamas are just a quick non-stop away.

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