US cheap flights carrier JetBlue Airways is increasing the number of flights to Boston’s Logan International Airport it offers from San Francisco (SFO) to two per day.
The additional service commenced yesterday (January 5th), with the low-cost airline having also introduced a second daily flight to John F Kennedy Airport in New York and two additional daily services to Daugherty Field in Long Beach.
JetBlue’s chief commercial officer Robin Hayes said the airline is "proud" to be expanding its number of flights from San Francisco, while SFO airport director said the additional flights are "great news" for passengers.
"With more options and more choices of destinations, types of service, and costs of airfare, San Francisco International Airport clearly remains northern California’s airport of choice," he commented.
The launch of the new flights means that JetBlue now operates 11 flights per day from SFO, allowing Californian passengers to benefit from more cheap flights.
Elsewhere, the airline is intending to launch flights to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic from New York and Boston in May.