JetBlue will stop flying from Long Beach Airport, its longtime California base, and move most of the flights to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The last flights from Long Beach will be Oct. 6. The airline will move all but one of the destinations it serves from Long Beach to LAX, where it already has 20 daily flights to the East Coast. Flights to Portland, Ore., will not be moved to LAX. Scott Laurence, JetBlue’s head of revenue and planning, said in a statement that the transition to LAX, “serving as the anchor of our focus city strategy on the West Coast, sets JetBlue up for success in Southern California.” JetBlue said it hopes to have 70 flights per day from LAX by 2025, with service to multiple new domestic and international markets, including some without current nonstop service to and from LAX.