SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — Flights from San Antonio to several US cities that were suspended due to the pandemic will be back in the air soon.
Non-stop flights on United to Newark and San Francisco resume this month.
Non-stop service to Newark will resume on September 8th with daily service. That will increase to twice daily by the end of October.
Heading to San Francisco? Those flights will start back up with 6 flights per week in September. Daily service to San Fran takes flight in October.
Delta Air Lines is scheduled to resume its non-stop service to JFK on November 7th.
There will also be new non-stop service to JFK and Boston starting October 31st on JetBlue Airways.
“The resumption of flights to these markets represent an important milestone in the recovery of travel throughout San Antonio’s route map. Even more resumptions will be seen on the flight schedule in October and November just in time for the holidays,” said Jesus H. Saenz, Jr. IAP, Director of Airports, San Antonio Airport System.