JetBlue, known for its transatlantic service to London, continues its international expansion by adding two more destinations to its roster. Travelers can now look forward to seasonal flights from New York City’s JFK International Airport and Boston’s Logan Airport to Dublin, Ireland, and Edinburgh, Scotland. These new routes mark the airline’s fourth and fifth transatlantic destinations, joining the ranks of London, Paris, and Amsterdam.
Service to Dublin from New York and Boston is scheduled to commence on March 13, while flights from New York to Edinburgh will take off on May 22. Passengers can already start booking their flights for these exciting routes.
JetBlue’s CEO, Robin Hayes, emphasizes their commitment to offering a blend of excellent service and competitive fares, making it clear that customers can have both with JetBlue. These new summer seasonal services to Dublin and Edinburgh aim to challenge the dominance of high-fare legacy carriers in these markets, providing travelers with an affordable and high-quality experience.
In addition to these exciting transatlantic developments, JetBlue is also set to launch a year-round route from Boston to Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, starting on April 3. Furthermore, they will introduce a second daily flight from JFK to CDG on June 20, 2024.
While expanding its international presence, JetBlue is also navigating a merger with Spirit Airlines, with the outcome yet to be determined in an upcoming court date.