JetBlue Increases West Coast Flights

Shortly after expanding its itinerary with West Coast flights to Fort Lauderdale starting November 17JetBlue has announced an expansion of its service from San Francisco.

Beginning in January 2010, JetBlue will add two daily nonstop flights from San Francisco to L.A.’s Long Beach Airport, a second daily nonstop flight to Boston’s Logan International Airport, and a second daily nonstop flight to New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport Terminal Five.

In addition to JetBlue’s expanded San Francisco itinerary, it will be adding an additional nonstop flight from Long Beach to Oakland in January, for a total of four daily flights.


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