JetBlue inaugurates its New York – Paris

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The airline company JetBlue Airways inaugurates this Thursday its new daily connection between new York And Parisits third transatlantic destination after London and before amsterdam.

From June 29, 2023, the line of the American company announced since last November between its base in New York-JFK and the airport of Paris CDG is offered every day, in Airbus A321LR which can accommodate 24 passengers in the new Transatlantic Mint cabins (two in the Studio in the first row) and 114 in Economy class including 24 Even More Space seats. Departures are scheduled at 5:09 p.m. to arrive the next day at 6:55 a.m., return flights leaving France at 8:55 a.m. to land at 11:51 a.m.

JetBlue competes directly on this route with Air France and its joint venture partner Delta Air Lines plus American Airlines, as well as indirectly to and from Newark-Liberty with Air France again, United Airlines, French bee and La Compagnie (from ‘Orly). The service to the French capital was already offered by JetBlue in code sharing with American Airlines and Aer Lingus, currently three times a day.

The presence of JetBlue at Charles de Gaulle gives the US airline a presence at an iconic global hub to build a new customer base of travelers in France and beyond.” JetBlue will operate from Terminal 2B, where travelers “benefit from a modern airport experience with dozens of shops and restaurants at their disposal. The Terminal is served by many public transport lines. It is practical and quick to reach Paris or its suburbs”.

This is JetBlue’s second launch in the transatlantic market, following services to London (Heathrow and Gatwick), departing from JFK and Boston-Logan (which should also be connected to Paris), and before amsterdam (flights to Schiphol will start on August 29).

The success of our service in London is proof that customers can book competitive rates without compromising on quality of service. said Robin Hayes, CEO of JetBlue. ” We are very excited to continue to disrupt the transatlantic market to offer business and leisure travelers to and from Paris the experience of our popular Mint and Core classes in a market that has too long suffered from the high prices of traditional carriers “.

JetBlue, currently “the sixth-largest airline in the United States, is known for having the most legroom in economy class, live TV, access to VOD on every individual screen, free high-speed Wi-Fi access and fast, free snacks and soft drinks and excellent service on board. The company’s arrival in Paris will open up a new low-cost, customer-focused travel experience for business and leisure travellers.”

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