[JetBlue Will Soon Fly To Amsterdam] JetBlue Will Fly To Paris!

View of Paris from Montmartre in the 18th arrondissement, March 2016
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Update, 4/11/23: JetBlue announced today that they will fly JFK-Amsterdam starting late this summer, followed by Boston-Amsterdam.

While flight schedules and permissions aren’t finalized, they say they are confident in the announcement based on the fact that “a Dutch court ruled that the Dutch government failed to follow the law when it sought to reduce the cap on Amsterdam Airport Schiphol’s annual air traffic movements, giving JetBlue confidence there is room for it to enter the market.”

Update, 2/14/23: DOT complaints aren’t just for consumers.

As JetBlue continues to map out its European expansion, they have filed a strong DOT complaint against the Government of the Netherlands blocking their entry into Amsterdam. The airline would like to operate daily nonstop flights from Boston and JFK to Amsterdam this summer.

Under the guise of climate change, they are denying JetBlue the right to use landing rights from airlines no longer flying to Amsterdam or even the ability to buy rights from airlines flying to Amsterdam unless they operate the route as a joint venture. JetBlue is asking the DOT to intercede and potentially revoke antitrust immunity from Dutch flag carrier KLM and their Skyteam partners and/or to force KLM to hand over slots to JetBlue for the airline to fly 2 daily round-trips at commercially viable times.

HT: chff

Originally posted on 11/16/22:

JetBlue launched service to London last year, bringing their new MINT business class service and free WiFi on flights across the pond.

Sadly, they ditched their one-way fare concept, which would have revolutionized how airlines sell international travel.

The airline announced today that they will fly between JFK and Paris/CDG in summer 2023, followed by flights between Boston and Paris/CDG on their new A321LRs.

I have yet to try JetBlue’s new MINT class, but Paris is one of my favorite cities, and I hope to try it out after it launches.

Sadly, Emirates has cut ties with JetBlue, and that was the best way to book Jetblue MINT class, so that will leave hybrid points as the way to redeem points for that experience.

Will you fly JetBlue to Paris?

Is Amsterdam next? Where else do you think JetBlue will fly to in Europe with their A321LR?

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I think they’ll fly to Barcelona.


” they ditched their one-way fare concept, ”

Can you elaborate on this? Couldn’t find any details when I googled it


You do still see one way fares sometimes to Israel….


what abaout TLV next?


do you want to fly spirit to israel? not gonna be fun


Why are hybrid points better than JetBlue points?


What about AA miles?


What about booking a one way fare from say DUB-BOS via Aer Lingus which I thought already was partnered with JB?


They still have not put out flights to Paris for the summer. They are no longer code-sharing flights with American to Paris


I wouldn’t fly a single aisle plane in economy across the pond


Likelihood of a Zurich route coming? Should be a strong route from NYC due to the bankers.


I am not sure the “Bankers” and their employers are standing on line waiting for JetBlue.


Good to get all the VIP email addresses

Tirza Swift

Who would ever fly with them internationally, they cant even fly domestically without delays, issues, and attitudes IYKYK


It’s good in that it will increase competition on those routes thereby lowering prices and increasing award availability.

Definitely would avoid flying them though. Worst US airline operationally. I consider them the same level as spirit/frontier


Will they codeshare with other airlines for flights from Amsterdam and beyond?

Cody B

The photo is Tokyo!!


Waiting for jetblue jfk-tlv