Virgin America has announced that its seasonal service from San Francisco to Palm Springs is being expanded to a year-round flight schedule.
Virgin America first launched its nonstop service to Palm Springs in 2011 from San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and added service to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) the following year.
Virgin America is celebrating its new year-round service with a live exhibit at its gate at Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) in partnership with Modernism Week, an annual festival that highlights the region's mid-century modern design history and community. Together, Modernism Week and Virgin America teamed up to recreate a vintage mid-century airport gate experience – in a nod to the golden age of flying, Palm Springs' design roots and Virgin America's own in-flight experience.
The new year-round SFO-PSP flights are on sale now. Virgin America's SFO to PSP service will operate four times weekly through the fall with weekly JFK to PSP flights remaining seasonal through May.