JetBlue will enter the transatlantic market later this yr, providing flights between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and each Gatwick and Heathrow in London.
Heathrow providers will begin on August eleventh, adopted by Gatwick on September twenty ninth.
London service from Boston will begin in summer 2022.
“The pandemic has opened doorways to London’s two busiest airports, and we glance ahead to bringing prospects low fares and nice service at each Heathrow and Gatwick,” stated Robin Hayes, chief govt, JetBlue.
“JFK-LHR, the one largest worldwide air journey market from the US, has lengthy suffered from outrageously excessive fares for a lot too lengthy, particularly in premium cabins.
“We are prepared to change that with a value level and expertise that can impress even essentially the most discerning transatlantic flyers.
“We’ve all the time stated that JetBlue would serve a number of London airports, and we’re happy to have secured a path at Heathrow and for long-term progress at Gatwick, which provides pace, low prices, and handy accessibility into Central London.”
Flights on each routes will function each day on JetBlue’s new Airbus A321 Long Range plane, with 24 redesigned Mint suites, 117 financial system seats.
JetBlue is about to take supply of three A321LRs in 2021, all working on the JFK routes.
Additional A321LRs scheduled for 2022 will function Boston service.
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