JetBlue adds new service to Aruba

JetBlue Airways expands destination choices for its Boston customers with the launch of new low-fare service to the Caribbean island of Aruba and San Diego. This brings number of nonstop destinations served nonstop by Logan airport’s fastest-growing airline to 27.

Beginning June 28, 2007, JetBlue will operate the only daily nonstop low-fare service between Boston and San Diego, with fares ranging from $159-$399(a) each way. Then on June 30, JetBlue will add Saturday-only nonstop service to Aruba with fares ranging between $149-$399(a) each way.

“We are delighted to add service from Boston to even more of the destinations customers have been asking for,” said JetBlue Founder and CEO David Neeleman. “If you’re headed to the sand and surf of Aruba or San Diego, JetBlue’s award-winning service gets you there comfortably and affordably.”

From its recently renovated home at Terminal C, JetBlue offers low-fare, high-quality service to an ever-expanding roster of destinations in the United States, Aruba, the Bahamas, Bermuda, and Mexico, including the most California destinations served nonstop by any airline from Logan. In addition, connecting service operated by JetBlue’s marketing partner, Cape Air, is available through Boston for customers traveling between San Diego and Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, Provincetown, and Hyannis, MA.