JetBlue to expand Europe network adding Dublin, Edinburgh, boost Paris flights 

JetBlue has retired its first-ever aircraft, an Airbus A320 nicknamed "Bluebird"

JetBlue is expanding its European foothold with new routes linking New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Dublin Airport (DUB) and Edinburgh Airport (EDI), and Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to Dublin. 

The new daily flights will be seasonal at first. Both services to the Irish capital will run from March 13 to September 30, 2024, while flights from JFK to Edinburgh will be operated from May 22 through to September 30, 2024. 

JetBlue has also announced plans for further growth in Paris. The US carrier launched its first nonstop service to Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport in June 2023 and is already planning to add a second daily frequency in June 2024 and a new service from Boston in April 2024.  

With these additions, JetBlue will fly to six European airports during the summer season of 2024. The airline will also operate daily flights to London-Heathrow Airport (LHR), London-Gatwick Airport (LGW) and Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS). 

Flights will be operated by A321neo aircraft fitted with 16 premium seats (Mint Suites) and 144 economy class seats. 

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