JetBlue Airways is increasing its service from San Francisco International Airport this winter, adding five new daily nonstop flights to its schedule.

JetBlue Airways is increasing its service from San Francisco International Airport this winter, adding five new daily nonstop flights to its schedule.

Beginning in January, JetBlue will add two daily nonstop flights from San Francisco to its West Coast focus city at L.A.’s Long Beach Airport (for a total of five daily flights); a second daily nonstop flight to its focus city at Boston’s Logan International Airport; and a second daily nonstop flight to the airline’s home at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal Five.

Also, JetBlue previously announced that it would begin San Francisco’s first nonstop service to Fort Lauderdale, Florida on November 17.

JetBlue Airways will operate all the new SFO services with Airbus A320s.

From January 2010, JetBlue Airways’ San Francisco schedule will see the airline operating one daily flight to Austin, Texas; two daily flights to Boston; one daily flight to Fort Lauderdale; five daily flights to Long Beach; and two daily flights to New York JFK, for a total daily SFO schedule of 11 flights.