American low cost JetBlue will serve two new European destinations in 2024: Dublin departing from New York-JFK and Boston-Logan, and Edinburgh departing from New York-JFK.
Daily flights from New York-JFK International Airport (JFK) and Boston-Logan International Airport (BOS) to Dublin Airport (DUB) will begin on March 13, 2024 and continue until March 30. September 2024. Daily flights between New York-JFK Airport and Edinburgh Airport (EDI) will begin on May 22, 2024 and continue until September 30, 2024.
On the transatlantic route, JetBlue already currently operates daily non-stop connections to London, Paris and Amsterdam from New York, and to London and Amsterdam from Boston. Dublin and Edinburgh will be the fourth and fifth services in Europe for JetBlue, an American low cost airline which operates short and medium-haul flights and also low-cost long-haul flights.
Transatlantic flights to Dublin and Edinburgh will operate in Airbus A321neofeaturing 16 Mint Suite (Business) seats, 144 Core (Economy) seats and Airspace cabin interior.
After arriving in Paris from New York this summer, JetBlue will offer a transatlantic route connecting Boston-Logan from Boston to Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) starting April 3, 2024, and will add a second daily flight from New York- JFK at Paris-CDG from June 20, 2024.
Flights to Paris will be operated daily in Airbus A321LR, carrying 24 Mint Suite seats and 114 Core seats. To celebrate the announcement of the route between Boston and Paris, bookings are already open, with attractive fares for travelers from the United States starting from $599 round trip in Core class and from $2,499 in Mint class. Travelers departing from France can benefit from round-trip introductory fares starting from $423 (approximately 399 euros) in Core class and $2,118 (approximately 1,999 euros) in Mint class, available on the jetblue website .com.