JetBlue is flying into San Antonio with daily nonstop service to two popular East Coast destinations — New York City and Boston.
On April 21, the airline announced its October launch of flights at San Antonio International Airport. JetBlue’s entry into the San Antonio market means more nonstop service to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and brand-new nonstop service to Boston Logan International Airport.
“Today is an exciting day as we not only welcome a phenomenal new airline partner in JetBlue but also new nonstop service to Boston and New York,” Jesus Saenz Jr., director of airports for the San Antonio Airport System, says in an April 21 airport news release. “Boston has been our largest unserved market for many years, and we’re thrilled that JetBlue is planting its roots in San Antonio to offer more options to our traveling public.”
The airport already offers nonstop service to two airports in the New York City area — JFK and Newark Liberty International. American and Delta provide the service to JFK, while United flies to Newark.