JetBlue continues their Transatlantic expansion with nonstop flights from Boston to London/LGW on 7/19 and Boston to London/LHR on 8/22. For now, these are only available directly from JetBlue, but online travel agents should have access to them in the coming days.
For me, the biggest disappointment with JetBlue’s London flights is that they changed their fare structure to require round-trip travel with a Saturday night stay. JetBlue upended the domestic market when they launched with one-way fares that didn’t have those restrictions. But the JetBlue of old isn’t today’s JetBlue and they are no longer looking to dispurt as they once did.
- Valid on select dates, use the flex calendar above to find valid dates.
- Round-trip purchase required
- Saturday night stay required
- Book by 4/7
- Travel 7/20-11/16
- Use a card like Sapphire Preferred, Ink Preferred, or Sapphire Reserve to earn 2-3 Chase points per dollar spent and get free trip cancellation/interruption insurance, travel accident insurance, luggage insurance, trip and luggage delay protection, and more!
Sample valid date: Boston to London/LGW from November 10-14. The blue basic economy fare is $494..27 and includes a free personal item and a free carryon bag. If you have a JetBlue Plus/Business card you’ll also get a free checked bag, otherwise that will cost $65 each way. Changes cost $200.
The Blue fare is $644.27 and adds a free checked bag, free changes, and free seat selection.
MINT fares start at $1,936.67 round-trip.
JetBlue will fly their new A321LRs on the route with Mint suites. Live TV and free Wi-Fi will be available for all customers. You can read more about the plane and MINT suites in this post.
You can add an empty extra seat next to your seat by simply booking extra passengers and selecting “This is an extra seat” during step 1 of the checkout process under traveler details.
Will you fly to London with this sale?