JetBlue Airways relocates SAN operations

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Effective June 5, JetBlue Airways at San Diego International Airport (SAN) will move its terminal operations to Terminal 1.

The move is the second phase of SAN’s airline relocation efforts to support future airline growth and ongoing airport operations. JetBlue will join Spirit Airlines, Allegiant Air, Frontier Airlines and Sun Country Airlines on the west end of Terminal 1, utilizing gates 11–18.

The seventh largest carrier at SAN in terms of operations, with year-round non-stop service to Boston (BOS), New York (JFK) and Fort Lauderdale (FLL), JetBlue has flown from San Diego since 2003. In 2017, the airline launched its premium class Mint service on its SAN-BOS and SAN-JFK routes.

SAN is expected to serve more than 25 million passengers in 2020. To accommodate recent and projected increases in traffic, the airport will replace 51-year-old Terminal 1 with an attractive, modern and more efficient terminal.

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