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New Routes of the Day – Americas (13 March 2024): JetBlue’s new routes to Dublin


JetBlue expanded its transatlantic offering on Wednesday March 13 with the introduction of seasonal summer operations from Boston and New York JFK to Dublin, just ahead of St. Patrick’s Day. Both the 4,815-kilometre service from Boston and the 5,120-kilometre route from New York JFK will be maintained daily with the 160-seat A321 aircraft. The carrier faces the same competition on both routes in the form of a daily rotation by Delta and a 2-daily service by Aer Lingus. JetBlue’s Dublin flights will run until 30 September.

Flight B6353 departs Boston at 20:42 local time, arriving in Dublin at 08:20 local time the following morning. The return service, operating as flight B6354, takes off from the Irish capital at 10:55 local time, touching back down in Massachusetts at 12:57 local time.

Flight B6841 is wheels up from New York JFK at 20:47 local time, landing in the Emerald Isle at 09:00 local time the following morning. The inbound service, operating as B6842, takes off from Dublin at 10:45 local time, arriving in the Big Apple at 13:22 local time.

What they said

Joanna Geraghty, CEO at JetBlue, said: “JetBlue’s entrance into Dublin is set to introduce a new era of low fares and great service between Ireland and the Northeast. We look forward to introducing our award-winning Mint and core service to business and leisure customers traveling to and from Dublin just in time for Saint Patrick’s Day and the summer holiday season.”

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Gary McLean, Managing Director at Dublin Airport, added: “The arrival of JetBlue to Dublin Airport is very good news for both passengers and Ireland and these new direct routes between Dublin and New York and Boston are going to prove really popular. Demand for transatlantic travel has never been higher, with stronger than ever business links continuing to grow between Ireland and the US. These new services from JetBlue will mean greater choice and value for our passengers and the Dublin Airport looks forward to working with JetBlue tonight ensure they are a flying success.”

JetBlue’s expands Europe network to five destinations

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 Paris and Amsterdam.

Following the introduction of its Dublin flights, the carrier 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.

Travellers from the US account for nearly 20% of all overseas tourism to Ireland, and Dublin has been among the most requested European destinations previously unserved by JetBlue.

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