Good news for JetBlue lovers and Francophiles. The New York-based airline announced today a sale for their highly anticipated entrance to Continental Europe with nonstop flights from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG). RELATED: 12 Things in Travel You Need to Know Today
The service will begin on June 29, 2023 and is JetBlue’s second transatlantic destination, following the airline’s launch of London in August 2021.
Flights will operate daily on JetBlue’s Airbus A321 Long Range (LR) aircraft with 24 redesigned Mint Suite seats, 114 core seats and the sleek and spacious Airspace cabin interior. The A321 is a single-aisle aircraft which allows JetBlue to effectively disrupt U.S. and Paris market with lower fares.
Seats on the new Paris route are on sale starting today with low fares for U.S.-originating travelers starting at $479 roundtrip for the airline’s core experience and starting at $1,899 for JetBlue’s premium Mint experience, available on jetblue.com.
France-originating travelers get cheaper introductory roundtrip fares starting at €399 for core and €1,299 for Mint when booked through their preferred travel agent or online travel agency. What’s interesting is the New York (JFK) to Paris (CDG) deal requires a 21-day advanced purchase and a Saturday night stay to make sure business travelers aren’t taking advantage of the low fares.
Book by March 9 and travel September 10- December 13, 2023. Paris (CDG) to New York (JFK) requires roundtrip purchase and Saturday night stay.
JetBlue will operate from Terminal 2B which has dozens of shops, restaurants and easy access to a variety of convenient ground transportation options into the heart of Paris and other French regions.
I’m not a fan of single aisle aircrafts on trans-Atlantic flights but JetBlue does have the most legroom in coach which I’m a fan of. Their 114 seats have 32 inches of pitch and expanded width of 18.4 inches. That’s wider than most seats found on wide-body aircraft today. There’s also four rows of Even More Space seating with up to six inches more legroom. On top of that JetBlue has great entertainment with easy-to-reach in-seat power, featuring AC and USB-C ports and free high-speed Wi-Fi and a slew of live TV channels, on-demand TV all on a 10.1 inch, 1080P high-definition screen.
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