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Virgin America to launch new Boston services

California-based Virgin America has announced that it will launch new services to Boston Logan International Airport.

California-based Virgin America has announced that it will launch new services to Boston Logan International Airport from San Francisco and Los Angeles.

The airline will fly from San Francisco International Airport to Boston on two daily round trips, with the Los Angeles service operating on a three-times-daily basis.

Commenting on the new routes, Virgin America president and chief executive officer David Cush said: "Boston is one of the world’s premier cities and travel markets and is a perfect fit for our award-winning service and urban point-to-point, transcontinental business model."

The new services will commence on February 12th next year, with Boston becoming the eighth city in Virgin America’s network.

Virgin America was launched in August 2007 and recently won ‘Best Domestic Airline’ in Conde Nast Traveller’s 2008 Readers’ Choice Awards.

Fliers participating in the 2008 Zagat Global Airline Survey last month voted Virgin America the best domestic mid-sized airline in premium class.

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