May 26, 2011

Flights between Boston and Portland, Oregon start

As part of our expansion in Boston, today we launch seasonal service between BOS and Portland, Oregon. Then on Friday, June 17 we will begin the only nonstop service from Boston to Santiago three times weekly.

With these route additions, we will serve a total of 42 nonstop destinations, more than double the next largest carrier.

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2 Comments on “Flights between Boston and Portland, Oregon start”

  • Posted by Edward Goldberg on October 23, 2011 at 7:21 pm

    When is the non stop service Boston to Portland Oregon?

    Is it available May 2012?

  • Posted by Trijit on June 12, 2012 at 8:32 am

    Oregon actually doesn’t get that much snow nlmaroly. Just this past week or so its been getting a TON, which is pretty abnormal. I think you should go to Seaside and Cannon Beach (which are practically right next to each other btw) or Newport. Seaside is more of a small city with lots of stuff to do (movie theater, 3,6, and 9 person bike things that you ride around on the streets, shops, arcade, mini golf, bumper cars, tilt-a-whirl ) and Cannon Beach is a REALLY cute town with not as many things to do, but still plenty (you can ride horses on the beach and single person bike things, visit all the cute shops, go to the candy and ice cream shops ). Both have pretty good beaches. If I had to choose between the two I’d pick Cannon Beach, cuz its so cute!Newport is a little bit bigger than Seaside and has lots of fun stuff to do also. I personally love the aquarium:) There’s also a wax museum, Ripleys Believe It Or Not museum thing, and beaches to play on of coarse!

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