Lynx Air to add Boston and San Francisco services from Toronto

A Lynx Air aircraft in flight.
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Lynx Air has revealed its plans for a summer network expansion, introducing service to two prominent US destinations – Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO).

Inaugural flights are set to operate in the first half of 2024 from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ).

Boston and San Francisco Takeoff


Lynx will inaugurate its Boston route on March 28, 2024, followed by the San Francisco route on May 3, 2024.

This move will catapult Lynx into operating over 10,000 seats per week to and from the United States from Toronto.

Tickets for the two new transborder services are now on sale, with prices starting from an affordable $129 for one way Toronto to/from Boston, and a mere $159 for one way to/from San Francisco.

These prices are inclusive of taxes and fees, making Lynx an attractive choice for budget-conscious travelers.

To sweeten the deal, Lynx is launching a limited-time seat sale, offering up to 25 per cent off on all transborder routes. This promotion, valid from December 20, 2023, to 11:59 PM EDT on December 21, 2023, can be accessed using the promo code: LYNXUSA.

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Lynx’s Milestone Moment


Vijay Bathija, the Chief Commercial Officer of Lynx, expressed his excitement about the expansion, stating, “Adding Boston and San Francisco to our ever-expanding network is a significant milestone for our airline.”

“We are proud to offer an ultra-affordable link to connect the Toronto area market to both the US east and west coast. Our strategy is to fly to destinations where airfares are historically high, and low-cost options are limited.”

“By offering ultra-affordable fares, we aim to inspire more Canadians to travel to see their favorite people and places.”

Boston and San Francisco Welcome Lynx


Ed Freni, Interim CEO and Aviation Director at Massport, welcomed the move by Lynx to Boston, stating, “This new route to Toronto will give our passengers more options for both business and leisure travel to Canada.”

San Francisco International Airport Director Ivar C. Satero also echoed this sentiment, saying, “This new service offers San Francisco Bay Area travelers an exciting new way to visit Canada with exceptional value.”

About Lynx Air


Lynx Air, Canada’s leading ultra-low-cost airline, is on a stated mission to make air travel accessible to all, with ultra-affordable fares and a customer-focused flying experience.

The airline was recently awarded Youngest Fleet in North America by ch-aviation. Lynx operates a brand-new fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft, bringing an elevated customer experience to low-cost travel in Canada.

These ultra-efficient and reliable aircraft reduce Lynx’s carbon footprint, making Lynx one of Canada’s most sustainable airlines.

Lynx is a privately owned Canadian airline with the financial backing and industry expertise required to transform the Canadian aviation landscape.

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