JetBlue announced plans to continue bringing its unique combination of award-winning service and low fares to transatlantic air travel, with new service between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
starting late this summer and service between Boston and Amsterdam to follow.* Amsterdam will be JetBlue’s third transatlantic city following the airline’s successful launch of service to London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports in 2021 and its highly anticipated service to Paris coming this June.
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 platform – offering the range of a wide-body but with the economics of a single-aisle aircraft — will allow JetBlue to effectively disrupt the market with the airline’s award-winning service and low fares on flights between the U.S. and Amsterdam. Seats will go on sale in the coming weeks.
Customers who typically fly “coach” but still want a wonderful experience at an affordable ticket may now take advantage of a new level of service according to the industry-leading core experience that JetBlue reinvented for transatlantic travel. 114 core seats, featuring 24 Even More® Space Seats, ensure that every customer has a boutique-style experience.
The airline’s collaboration with New York-based restaurant firm Dig will let it to transfer its renowned build-your-own eating concept to tray tables at 35,000 feet, where JetBlue’s complementary dinner in core is served. Additionally, complimentary soft drinks, coffee, tea, beer, wine, and liquor are provided to core consumers. New, extra-large overhead bins are available on the A321LR, and all passengers, independent of their mode of transportation