JetBlue launches nonstop flights to San Antonio from New York and Boston.

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JetBlue announced Sunday that it has officially launched service to San Antonio (Texas) International Airport from New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport and Boston’s Logan Airport. With these new nonstop flights, the airline continues to diversify its network, advancing its growth strategy in cities in the Northeast.

Flights to San Antonio will operate with a mix of Airbus A320 and A220 aircraft. All JetBlue aircraft feature the most legroom in economy class; free and fast Fly-Fi broadband Internet; complimentary and unlimited snacks and refreshments; and free, live DIRECTV programming at every seat.

JetBlue expands at LaGuardia airport with presence at two terminals.

“The new service to San Antonio is indicative of the growing demand between the Southwest and Northeast and our customers’ return to the skies,” said Andrea Lusso, vice president of network planning.

“This is exciting because the addition of JetBlue offers another great option for travelers. Before the pandemic, Boston was the top unserved market in the U.S. and now travelers can fly nonstop to the city,” said Jesus Saenz, Director of Airports for the San Antonio Airport System.

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