JetBlue goes Boston San Juan

JetBlue Airways continues to expand its presence at Boston’s Logan
International Airport with the launch of new daily nonstop service to
San Juan, Puerto Rico.Flights to San Juan, the low fare carrier’s 22nd
destination served nonstop from Boston, will operate for the peak winter
season through April 30, 2007. To celebrate this new service, JetBlue is
offering a low sale fare of $85(a) each way between Boston and San Juan;
regular fares range between $129(a) and $399(a) each way.

“We’re thrilled to be giving our customers more of the service they’ve
been asking for,” said David Neeleman, JetBlue’s Founder and CEO. “Our
new nonstop flights to San Juan make it easier than ever to experience
the beauty and rich culture of Puerto Rico. And with our existing
nonstop flights from Boston to sunny spots in the Bahamas, Florida,
California, Arizona and Nevada, JetBlue will really help make your
winter fly by.”

In addition to the low-fare carrier’s seasonal nonstop service, JetBlue
provides Boston customers with convenient year-round connecting service
to three cities in Puerto Rico—Aguadilla, Ponce, and San Juan through
New York or Orlando. JetBlue also offers Boston customers daily
connections to Aruba, Bermuda, Cancun, Mexico; and Santiago in the
Dominican Republic via New York.