JetBlue Announces Big Expansion

A JetBlue Airbus A321neo registered as N2105J

JetBlue has announced an exciting transatlantic expansion of service, with flights to Dublin and Edinburgh being put on sale.

The Airbus A321neo will make daily operations to Dublin and Edinburgh possible with 16 redesigned Mint Suite seats and 144 core seats with a sleek and spacious interior.

JetBlue notes that the A321neo with Mint features a 20% increase in fuel efficiency and up to 500 nautical miles in additional range.

A Transatlantic Expansion For JetBlue

Dublin and Edinburgh will become JetBlue’s newest transatlantic destinations, with daily services being launched.

New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to Dublin Airport (DUB) will begin on March 13, 2024.

JetBlue says this seasonal service will continue until September 30, 2024.

Meanwhile, its Edinburgh announced flight will depart from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) on May 22, 2024, before concluding service on September 30, 2024.

As part of the expansion, this is the company’s fourth and fifth transatlantic market.

The two destinations join existing daily services towards London, Paris and Amsterdam, which have been hugely popular for the airline.

Comments From Executives

The success of our transatlantic service proves customers don’t have to choose between great service and low fares and can have them both with our award-winning Mint and core products. 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.

Robin Hayes, chief executive officer, JetBlue.

Schedules For The Flights

JFK to DUB will depart at 2130 as Flight 841 before arriving at DUB at 0815 the following morning. The aircraft will spend three and a half hours on the ground before leaving for JFK as Flight 842 at 1145 and touching down at 1525.

Meanwhile, the BOS to DUB flight will depart at 2230 as Flight 353 before arriving at 0845 the next day. Flight 354 will depart DUB at 1130 before returning to BOS at 1425.

JFK to EDI will be designated as Flight 73, departing at 2215 and arriving at EDI at 1025. It’ll leave two hours later at 1230 before returning to JFK at 1515.

Thus, all flights announced with this schedule will be red-eye operations headed towards their initial port and then daytime departures headed back to the United States.

Daniel Fowkes
26 Oct 2023
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  1. And departing Dublin you have the added bonus of CBP immigration and customs preclearance and the much easier stateside connections that come with it.

  2. I wish Jetblue would restart their Ft Lauderdale to SXM rout again. To fly only 1200 miles and get 200-300 a passenger is good price for the airline to receive. No clue why they are not flying this rout any longer. Please revisit this decision

  3. Well not that JetBlue signed a contract with the Polish airlines I’m hoping to see a direct frlight from Boston to Kraków and Warsaw.

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