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JetBlue Announces Two New Nonstop Flights To Europe In 2024

JetBlue launches two new nonstop routes to Europe - Dublin, Ireland and Edinburgh, Scotland
JetBlue offers two new nonstop flights to Europe [Image Wikimedia Commons]
JetBlue is always extending its services with new flights and has just announced two, new nonstop flights to popular European destinations. Starting in 2024, the airline will offer routes to Dublin in Ireland and Edinburgh in Scotland. Meanwhile, the two, new nonstop routes will be perfect for a spring or summer vacation in the two historic cities.

JetBlue reveals two new nonstop flights to Europe in 2024

Both of JetBlue’s new nonstop flights will be seasonal with one starting in March and the other in May and running through September 30, 2024. Each is perfect for planning a spring or summer vacation.

Dublin, capital city of Ireland - with JetBlue
JetBlue offers nonstop flight to Dublin, Ireland [Image by Luca from Pixabay]
As part of the airline’s trans-Atlantic expansion, travelers will be able to fly direct to Dublin, Ireland and Edinburgh, Scotland from the United States. Both launch in the spring, with daily flights to Dublin starting on March 13, 2024, from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and Logan International Airport in Boston.

The new nonstop flights from New York City to Edinburgh start on May 22, 2024. Meanwhile, the new direct European routes make it easier to access these popular destinations at a lower cost.

About the airline’s trans-Atlantic routes

JetBlue offers more direct flights to Europe
JetBlue trans-Atlantic flights [Image Wikimedia Commons]
The airline started launching trans-Atlantic routes in 2021, offering affordable round-trip fares for as little as $499 in economy. JetBlue wanted to compete with the larger airlines like American Airlines, Delta and United, and major European airlines.

JetBlue launched the first international route from New York to London in the summer of 2021. This was followed by routes to Paris earlier in 2023 and to Amsterdam in September. Meanwhile, Dublin and Edinburgh are just the latest locations to be served by the rapidly growing airline.

About JetBlue’s new routes to Dublin and Edinburgh

Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland
Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland [Image by Leonhard Niederwimmer from Pixabay]
As reported by The Points Guy, round-trip fares for Dublin and Edinburgh will be priced as low as $400 in economy and $2,000 in JetBlue’s Mint business class.

Launching on March 13, 2024, the new Dublin route will give travelers in New York and Boston the chance to visit the city in time for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Moreover, passengers will be able to visit Edinburgh and experience its culture and history from May 22, 2024.

Other new flights from JetBlue

JetBlue launches new route from New York City to Paris, France
Paris, France [Image by edmondlafoto from Pixabay]
During 2023, JetBlue has announced a number of new European routes, including nonstop flights from New York to Paris this summer. Meanwhile, a second daily flight will launch on June 20, 2024.

Those travelers in the Boston area will be able to experience Paris in the spring, with the new route launching on April 3, 2024. Moreover, starting this fall, the airline has started flights from New York and Boston to Amsterdam in the Netherlands.

Fly JetBlue to Dublin, Ireland and Edinburgh, Scotland

The Guinness Storehouse is Europe's top attraction in the World Travel Awards 2023
The Guinness Storehouse is Europe’s top attraction in the World Travel Awards 2023 [Image Guinness Storehouse/Facebook]
The capital city of Ireland, Dublin is the perfect place to stay for a few days for those with limited time. However, it also makes a good jumping-off point to explore other parts of the country on day trips.

Among the top attractions of Dublin are visiting the iconic Guinness Storehouse, relaxing with a drink at Temple Bar, and visiting Dublin Castle and Trinity College.

Edinburgh Castle, Scotland
Edinburgh Castle, Scotland [Image by Anselmo Cossetim Junior from Pixabay]
The capital of Scotland, Edinburgh is another popular location for US travelers. The vibrant and historic city has many fascinating attractions, including the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile.

Meanwhile, traveling out from the city, visitors can explore the Scottish Highlands and Scottish Isles, while gaining a better understanding of the Scottish way of life.

Find out more about the new routes on JetBlue’s official website.




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