JetBlue Airways will move to Terminal One at San Diego International Airport (SAN) starting June 5. According to a news release, the move is part of the second phase of SAN’s airline relocation efforts to improve services.
JetBlue will join Spirit Airlines, Allegiant Airlines, Frontier Airlines and Sun Country Airlines and will utilize gates 11-18.
JetBlue is the seventh largest carrier at SAN in terms of operations; the airline has year-round nonstop service to Boston, New York and Fort Lauderdale.
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