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 30
th 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 4
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.