JetBlue Announces Discounted Flights to Dublin and Edinburgh

JetBlue, which began transatlantic flights to London last year, seems to be enjoying the international experience. On Wednesday, the airline announced two new transatlantic flights.

Seasonal flights will depart from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City and Logan Airport in Boston for Dublin, Ireland and Edinburgh, Scotland. They are the airline's fourth and fifth transatlantic destinations, joining London, Paris, and Amsterdam.

Flights from New York and Boston to Dublin will commence on March 13, while flights from New York to Edinburgh will begin on May 22.

"The success of our transatlantic service demonstrates that customers don't have to choose between great service and low fares, but can have both with our award-winning Mint and core products," said JetBlue's CEO in a statement.

"Our summer seasonal service to Dublin and Scotland will bring a new level of service and reasonable prices to these markets, which have been dominated for decades by high-fare legacy carriers."

We are excited to provide the JetBlue experience to business and leisure clients flying to and from Ireland and Scotland this summer."

JetBlue's new year-round flights from Boston to Paris' Charles de Gaulle Airport will begin on April 3, 2024, with a second daily route from JFK to CDG beginning on June 20, 2024.

Meanwhile, JetBlue is currently awaiting the outcome of its merger with Spirit Airlines in court. 

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