ONTARIO (CBSLA) — JetBlue has good news and bad news for Southern California travelers.

Good news first — JetBlue announced Thursday it will start offering direct flights out of Ontario International Airport to New York this fall.

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Ontario International Airport, 35 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, is now under the control of San Bernardino County after years of Los Angeles International Airport oversight.

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JetBlue will also add a flight from Hollywood Burbank Airport to Boston, and add a second non-stop flight to JFK in New York starting in September.

But the bad news is that the airline is cutting a third of its flights from Long Beach Airport because the city nixed a plan to allow flights to international destinations like Los Cabos, Mexico.

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Long Beach officials say Delta, Southwest and Hawaiian Airlines are already inquiring about taking the slots Jet Blue is giving up.