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New Route of the Day – Americas (3 April 2024): JetBlue between Boston and Paris CDG


JetBlue expanded its transatlantic offering on Wednesday 3 April with the introduction of flights between Boston and Paris CDG. The 5,550-kilometre service will be maintained daily with the A321neo aircraft, The carrier faces competition from the SkyTeam transatlantic joint venture, going head-to-head against 11-weekly Air France flights and a daily rotation operated by Delta.

The new service complement’s JetBlue’s existing daily operations between New York JFK and Paris CDG, launched in S23.

Flight B633 departs Boston at 20:00 local time, arriving in Paris CDG at 09:15 local time the following morning. The return service, operating as B634, takes off from the French capital at 11:15 local time, touching back down in the US at 13:02 local time.

What they said

Dave Clark, Head of Revenue and Planning at JetBlue, said: “The response to our New York – Paris flight has been overwhelming and we’ve been looking forward to adding a daily flight from Boston as well. Boston customers have not had a lot of choices when flying to Paris, so we are more than happy to step in with affordable fares and an incredible onboard experience to shake things up and finally bring some real competition into this market.”

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Ed Freni, Interim CEO and Director of Aviation at Boston Airport operator Massport, added: “JetBlue has been a great partner to Logan for many years and we are excited that they are launching Boston – Paris. This new flight gives our passengers even more choice to visit Europe and all the sights across the Atlantic.”

JetBlue grows European operations

JetBlue now serves four European cities and five airports on the continent. The airline began its Europe venture with the introduction of flights from Boston and New York JFK to both London LHR and London LGW in 2021. This was followed by the addition of flights from the two US cities to Amsterdam, as well as from New York JFK to Paris CDG. The latter will be increased to 2-daily this June.

This March, JetBlue inaugurated flights from both New York JFK and Boston to Dublin and it plans to add a seasonal summer service from New York JFK to Edinburgh on 22 May. As a result, during the peak of the summer season, the airline will have a total of 91-weekly flights from the US to Europe, with 13,174 seats available each way. All routes will be maintained daily, with exception to flights between New York JFK, Paris CDG and London LHR which will run 2-daily.

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