On September 20, the American company launched a daily flight between Boston-Logan airport and Amsterdam-Schiphol, after London and before Paris.
The American low-cost airline JetBlue launched a new daily transatlantic connection on September 20 from Boston-Logan to Amsterdam-Schiphol airport. This opening shortly follows that of the New York JFK-Amsterdam connection on August 29. Concerning Boston, JetBlue already offers flights to London-Heathrow and plans to open a connection to Paris CDG in 2024. Remember that JetBlue also launched a daily connection on June 30 between New York JFK and Paris CDG.
Flights carried out in Airbus A321LR
As with its other transatlantic routes, the new Boston-Amsterdam route is operated by Airbus A321LR with 138 seats, 24 seats in Mint Suit (JetBlue’s business class) and 114 seats in “Core” class (economy class). Travelers departing from the United States can fly economy class for $499 round trip and $2,199 for Mint class. Passengers departing from Amsterdam can access economy class round-trip travel on the Amsterdam-Boston route from 399 euros ($433) and from 1,599 euros ($1,712) for Mint class.