JetBlue is Flying to London in 2021!

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Today was the big day where JetBlue announced their plans to start flying to London in 2021. This is huge as it will open up many more opportunities for travelers to get to Europe. While they still have not secured slots at any of the London airports, the jury is still out as to whether they’ll fly to Gatwick or Heathrow. As of now, however, their plans include flying these non-stop flights from New York (JFK) and Boston (BOS). Since I now live in Boston, I am thrilled to see this new opportunity. It will also help keep other carrier pricing down as well.

Hopefully, London is just the first destination of many other European destinations to come. JetBlue did suggest that we might eventually see flights to Amsterdam, Dublin, Lisbon, Madrid and Paris. Again, being based in Boston, my fingers are crossed that we see JetBlue expand into other markets. I know we have a few years to actually see these flights get their certification and announce their first flights — I am still very excited though!

Anyone else excited about these potential new routes?

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  1. Hard to be excited about this when JetBlue has such gaping holes in their North America route map. It would be like Spirit announcing they are going to start routes to Asia with nice planes. I can see why NYC and BOS folks would like it though.

    Come to think of it I hope Spirit does start routes to Asia just to see their marketing around that 🙂

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