Resumption of airline provider, long-haul flight alerts go back to commonplace for Norman Y. Mineta San José World Airport and vacationers.
- JetBlue returns to Norman Y. Mineta San José World Airport
- JetBlue resumes Boston provider from San Jose
- Norman Y. Mineta San José World Airport relaunches long-haul provider
This night time, officers at Norman Y. Mineta San José World Airport (SJC) welcome the go back of JetBlue with day-to-day, nonstop provider to Boston Logan World Airport (BOS). The flight represents SJC’s first long-haul provider resumed because the world pandemic started final yr. The red-eye flight recommences this night, departing SJC at nine:15 PM aboard an Airbus A320 plane.
This night’s flight constitutes JetBlue’s go back to San Jose since quickly discontinuing provider from the Airport in April 2020 because of pandemic-related commute declines.
“We’re happy to welcome the go back of this nonstop provider to Boston and thank our companions at JetBlue for this renewed funding,” mentioned John Aitken, Mineta San José World Airport Director. “Resuming day-to-day, long-haul provider symbolizes a welcome go back to normalcy. Our workforce has been operating all over the pandemic to stay our airport protected and transferring ahead, and we glance ahead seeing extra vacationers in our terminals as choices proceed to make bigger.”
The resumed flight is JetBlue’s handiest nonstop flight from San José and the one nonstop provider from the Airport to Boston, arriving in Boston at five:50 AM (EST).