JetBlue to Launch Boston-San Jose, CA Flights

JetBlue Airways

is growing its presence in Boston with new daily nonstop service to San Jose, CA, beginning May 13, 2010. San Jose will be JetBlue's 34th nonstop destination from Logan International Airport, where the airline already offers service to more nonstop destinations than any other airline— including daily nonstop flights to the Bay Area's other airports in San Francisco and Oakland.

One-way sale fares for JetBlue's new route begin at $99 each way. The new route connecting will be the only nonstop service between the two cities, complementing the airline's existing nonstop service between San Jose and New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport— the only other nonstop air service between Silicon Valley and the Northeastern United States.

Flights depart Boston at 4:25 p.m. and arrive in San Jose at 8:02 p.m. Return flights leave San Jose at 9 p.m. and land in Boston at 5:30 a.m.

Overnight flights from San Jose and all West Coast destinations offer JetBlue's complimentary Shut-Eye Service, featuring a Snooze Kit that includes earplugs and eyeshades, plus unlimited free snacks and beverages and a "good morning" hot towel service. Before arrival, customers will be treated to Boston's own Dunkin' Donuts coffee, fruit juice, and bottled spring water, allowing customers to land refreshed and ready to start the day.


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