JetBlue Takes Off for San Francisco

Beginning May 3, JetBlue Airways starts nonstop flights to San Francisco International Airport from both New York and Boston, the carrier announced Tuesday. In honor of this event, JetBlue is offering one-way fares from San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose to Boston and New York starting at $99. "Our customers continually asked for more service from more airports-it's important for our customers to have choice and low fares," JetBlue's Founder and CEO, David Neeleman, said in a statement. "We look forward to welcoming them aboard even more nonstop flights, regardless of which airport they prefer to use." Visit [www.jetblue.com].

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