JetBlue will enter the transatlantic current market afterwards this 12 months, featuring flights between New York’s John F. Kennedy Intercontinental Airport (JFK) and both Gatwick and Heathrow in London.
Heathrow products and services will start on August 11th, followed by Gatwick on September 29th.
London support from Boston will get started in summer 2022.
“The pandemic has opened doors to London’s two busiest airports, and we look forward to bringing shoppers very low fares and excellent support at the two Heathrow and Gatwick,” explained Robin Hayes, chief government, JetBlue.
“JFK-LHR, the one major worldwide air journey industry from the US, has very long experienced from outrageously large fares for far way too extensive, specially in quality cabins.
“We are prepared to adjust that with a price tag point and practical experience that will impress even the most discerning transatlantic flyers.
“We’ve always said that JetBlue would serve several London airports, and we’re pleased to have secured a path at Heathrow and for lengthy-term progress at Gatwick, which offers velocity, very low costs, and practical accessibility into Central London.”
Flights on both equally routes will function every day on JetBlue’s new Airbus A321 Extended Selection plane, with 24 redesigned Mint suites, 117 financial state seats.
JetBlue is set to choose supply of 3 A321LRs in 2021, all operating on the JFK routes.
Supplemental A321LRs scheduled for 2022 will function Boston provider.