JetBlue Moves to Terminal 1 at San Francisco Airport

Travel Weekly 7/23/2019

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JetBlue has relocated its operations at San Francisco Airport to Harvey Milk Terminal 1.

The airline has moved from San Francisco's international terminal and now has its own gates at the airport for the first time in its dozen years of flying there.

JetBlue serves San Francisco from Boston, New York JFK, Fort Lauderdale and Long Beach, Calif. The carrier will fly from gates B6 and B7 and will also have access to B8, which is a general-use gate.

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