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Summary JetBlue is launching direct daily flights from New York and Boston to Dublin Airport, as well as a daily flight from New York to Edinburgh Airport, starting in spring.
The airline will use its Mint-equipped Airbus A321neo fleet to provide a premium service on these routes, offering affordable fares and enhanced comfort to travelers.
In addition to the new routes, JetBlue will increase frequencies on its flights between Boston and Paris, launching a year-round service from April.
Low-cost carrier JetBlue is launching two new Transatlantic destinations and bolstering capacity on services to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) for spring 2024.
Celtic crossings
Announced by the airline on Wednesday, the new connections will see JetBlue operate direct daily flights to Dublin Airport (DUB) from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) beginning March 13.
Route Departure Arrival New York (JFK) – Dublin (DUB) 21:30 EST 08:15 IST (+1) Dublin (DUB) – New York (JFK) 11:45 IST 15:25 EST Route Departure Arrival Boston (BOS) – Dublin (DUB) 22:30 EST 08:45 IST (+1) Dublin (DUB) – Boston (BOS) 11:30 IST 14:45 EST
A second service, New York JFK to Edinburg Airport (EDI), is scheduled to commence May 22 as a daily flight, with all three routes operating through the summer season until September 30.
Route Departure Arrival New York (JFK) – Edinburgh (EDI) 22:15 EST 10:25 BST (+1) Edinburgh (EDI) – New York (JFK) 12:30 BST 15:15 EST
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JetBlue will deploy its Mint-equipped Airbus A321neo fleet on flights to Dublin and Edinburgh, with the premium service offering a significant upgrade to its usual operations.
CEO Robin Hayes celebrated the carrier’s announcement and new connections, highlighting JetBlue’s offerings of affordability and comfort via its Mint premium product. Hayes explained,
“Our summer seasonal service to Dublin and Edinburgh will bring a new level of service and affordable fares to these markets that have been dominated by high-fare legacy carriers for decades. We look forward to introducing the JetBlue experience to business and leisure customers traveling this summer to and from Ireland and Scotland.”
Further into Europe
Dublin and Edinburgh are the fourth and fifth European cities the New York-based carrier offers connections to, alongside London’s Gatwick (LGW) and Heathrow (LHR) airports, Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS), and Paris – which is also set to get an operational upgrade for Sumer 2024.
Amid continued demand, flights between Boston and Paris will move from seasonal to year-round from April 3, while JetBlue’s New York to Paris will see a second daily connection from June 20.
Route Departure Arrival Boston (BOS) – Paris (CDG) 19:30 EST 09:15 CEST (+1) Paris (CDG) – Boston (BOS) 11:15 CEST 13:41 EST Route Departure Arrival New York (JFK) – Paris (CDG) 21:50 EST 11:35 CEST (+1) Paris (CDG) – New York (JFK) 13:35 CEST 16:01 EST
Photo: Vincenzo Pace | Simple Flying.
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Alongside scaling up services into the UK and France, JetBlue has also recently entered into a partnership with Polish flag carrier LOT Polish Airlines, expanding the preexisting interline agreement to strengthen connectivity between North America and Central Europe. Set to launch over the peak winter travel season; the upgraded partnership will streamline the travel process when transiting through LOT and JetBlue’s connecting airports.
The ramp-up in connectivity through Western and Central Europe could likely be a response to the Dutch Government’s plans to cut capacity at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, potentially limiting year-round operations for the low-cost carrier. In September, the airline became the latest to openly condemn Mark Rutte’s government, outlining its complaints with the US Department of Transportation (DOT).
Ejecting a US carrier from the U.S.-Amsterdam air services market by failing to make any slots available for the upcoming scheduling season is a clear denial of an opportunity to compete.
The added capacity at airports in the UK and France will likely supplement JetBlue’s operations if the Dutch Government’s plans put a pause on its operations; however, it would need to bolster its codeshare agreements through the continent to add extra onward connectivity.
Will you be flying with JetBlue next summer? What other transatlantic destinations would you like to see the airline add? Let us know in the comments.

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