Virgin America fans will soon have a couple more routes from which to choose.
The airline has announced that will begin flying between San Francisco and Austin and San Francisco and Anchorage.
But you will have to wait just a little while longer. Service begins in the spring.
The SFO to Austin -Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) begins May 21, 2013.
The SFO-Anchorage route starts June 6, 2013. That is a seasonal route and service will end September 9, 2013.
SFO to Austin fares start at $89 each way. Flights to Anchorage start at $199.
“Austin and San Francisco share strong cultural and business links, and the addition of Anchorage will allow us to offer seasonal service to one of the most popular outdoor destinations from our home in San Francisco,” saidVirgin America President and CEO David Cush. “For the Austin route in particular, Virgin America’s service will provide more options for business travelers who want to stay connected during their journey between Austin and the San Francisco Bay Area. No matter which state their job is based in, guests on Virgin America can stay productive – even at 35,000 feet.”
Cush was referring to the WiFi and the power plugs available both in all classes of service on Virgin.