JetBlue is Launching Flights to Dublin and Edinburgh in 2024

by Anthony Losanno
JetBlue A321

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JetBlue announced today that it has added several transatlantic destinations over the past few years including Amsterdam, London, and Paris. The routes across the pond are continuing to expand with the addition of flights to Dublin Airport (DUB) and Edinburgh Airport (EDI). These routes will run seasonally, but show JetBlue’s continued commitment to adding to its European network.


Daily seasonal flights from New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to Dublin Airport (DUB) will begin on March 13th and run through September 30th. Seasonal service from New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Edinburgh Airport (EDI) will also run daily starting on May 22nd (with an end date of September 30th). Both flights will operate on an Airbus A321neo with 16 Mint Suite® seats and 144 Core seats.

Robin Hayes, JetBlue’s CEO, said:

The success of our transatlantic service proves customers don’t have to choose between great service and low fares and can have them both with our award-winning Mint and core products. Our summer seasonal service to Dublin and Edinburgh will bring a new level of service and affordable fares to these markets that have been dominated by high-fare legacy carriers for decades. We look forward to introducing the JetBlue experience to business and leisure customers traveling this summer to and from Ireland and Scotland.”

JetBlue offers the airline’s premium Mint experience with lie-flat private suites with a sliding door, meals created by Delicious Hospitality Group’s (DHG) New York City restaurants Charlie Bird, Pasquale Jones, and Legacy Records. All customers have access to free and unlimited high-speed Fly-Fi (Wi-Fi) and a selection of entertainment (including exclusive content from Peacock).


Along with the new destinations, JetBlue also announced today that it is adding additional flights to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) (a new route) starting on April 3rd and a second daily flight from New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), which begins on June 20th. Both of these flights will operate year round.

To celebrate the new flights, JetBlue is offering a sale that begins today with low fares starting at $599 roundtrip for Economy and $2,499 for JetBlue’s Mint cabin (Business Class).

JetBlue Route Map

Anthony’s Take: With these new additions, JetBlue plans to fly 12 daily flights (on 11 routes to Europe). I was just status matched to JetBlue Mosaic 3 and want to try out JetBlue’s Mint service across the Atlantic. One of these routes might be a good opportunity.

(Featured Image Credit: JetBlue Airways.)

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