Lynx Air Adds Flights to Boston and San Francisco from Toronto in 2024

by Anthony Losanno
Lynx Air

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Canadian low-cost carrier, Lynx Air, announced two new routes from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) today. Starting in March and May 2024, Lynx Air will fly to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO).

These new destinations will bring the total number of US cities to eight. These include:

  • Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)
  • Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport (LAS)
  • Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
  • Orlando International Airport (MCO)
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)
  • Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW)
  • San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
  • Tampa International Airport (TPA)

Boston Skyline

Flights to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) begin on March 28th with 4x to 6x weekly flights using Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft with 189 Economy Class seats. Air Canada also serves this route up to 5x daily. Porter Airlines also flies 5x daily to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ).

San Francisco

Service to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) will commence on May 3rd with 4x to 6x weekly flights on a Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft with 189 Economy Class seats. Both Air Canada, Porter Airlines, and United Airlines all offer this route (Porter Airlines starts in 2024).

Anthony’s Take: I’m going to try to fly Lynx Air from Tampa to check out the airline. I’m always fascinated by new carriers and this one is on my list.

(Featured Image Credit: Lynx Air.)

(H/T: Ishrion Aviation.)

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