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Virgin America & Spirit Relocating within Logan

Moves will streamline operations for continued growth

Thursday, September 29, 2016

BOSTON –Virgin America and Spirit Airlines will relocate their operations in the coming weeks to better accommodate recent changes to their operations.

Virgin America will be moving operations from Terminal B to Terminal C on September 30th as part of their process of merging with Alaska Airlines. The move will centralize and streamline their operations and allow for a smoother experience for their customers. Virgin America currently serves 2 destinations in the US with multiple daily departures from Logan – San Francisco and Los Angeles; while Alaska Airlines operates daily flights to Seattle, San Diego, and Portland, Oregon.

Spirit Airlines will be relocating from one area of Terminal B to Gates B37-B38 to better accommodate their continued growth of operations at Logan. Spirit serves 13 destinations in the US daily from Boston including Atlanta, Baltimore-Washington, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Myers, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, Myrtle Beach, Orlando and West Palm Beach. The move is expected to take place by October 4th.

Customers planning on flying with Alaska, Spirit or Virgin America during this transition should, as with all domestic flights, arrive two hours prior to their scheduled departure time.