Boston to Paris: JetBlue Expands its Transatlantic Offerings

A JetBlue Airbus A321 approaching to land.
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JetBlue has expanded its popular transatlantic service with the launch of daily nonstop flights from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG).

This latest development comes on the heels of the successful launch of their New York-Paris route last summer. The addition strengthens JetBlue’s presence as a major player in affordable, transatlantic travel.

“The response to our New York-Paris flights has been incredible,” said Dave Clark, JetBlue’s Head of Revenue and Planning.

“We’re thrilled to bring the same level of affordability and exceptional service to Boston travelers seeking a more convenient and enjoyable way to experience the City of Lights.”

Transatlantic Expansion from Boston

This new route adds to Boston’s existing JetBlue offerings, which already include daily flights to London, Amsterdam, and seasonal service to Dublin.

Passengers flying out of Boston will now have a wider variety of destinations to choose from, all with JetBlue’s renowned customer focus and competitive pricing.

“We’re delighted to welcome JetBlue to the Boston-Paris route,” said Massport’s Interim CEO and Director of Aviation Ed Freni. “This new flight provides our passengers with even more options for exploring Europe and all its wonders.”

Double Daily Flights from New York

JetBlue isn’t stopping there. To meet the growing demand for transatlantic travel, the airline has also announced plans for New York.

The US carrier will add a second daily flight from New York’s JFK Airport to Paris starting June 20th, 2024.

Photo: jetBlue Airbus A321neo; credit: Airbus
Photo: jetBlue Airbus A321neo; credit: Airbus

Airbus A321LR Operations

All JetBlue’s Boston-Paris flights will be operated using their Airbus A321 Long Range (LR) aircraft. This innovative plane combines the spaciousness of a wide-body aircraft with the fuel efficiency of a single-aisle design.

The narrowbody aircraft allows JetBlue to offer lower fares without compromising on comfort. The A321LR features a luxurious Mint cabin with 24 private suites.

These can convert to fully lie-flat beds, making the aircraft perfect for a restful journey across the Atlantic.

The core cabin boasts 114 seats with ample legroom, ensuring a comfortable experience for all passengers.

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Book Directly and Enjoy Exclusive Benefits

For the best deals and a seamless travel experience, JetBlue recommends booking directly through its website.

When you book directly, you’ll have access to all available fare options, including special sales and promotions.  Furthermore, there is the ability to earn double TrueBlue points and participate in Points Pooling.

Additionally, you’ll enjoy the ease of seat selection and upgrades, 24/7 customer support, and the guarantee of finding the lowest fares available.

Location at Charles de Gaulle Airport

Upon arrival in Paris, passengers will disembark at Terminal 2B of Charles de Gaulle Airport, a modern facility offering a wide array of shops, restaurants, and convenient ground transportation. options to whisk you away to the heart of Paris or other destinations in France.

Amenities in Both Mint and Core Cabins

JetBlue offers two distinct cabin experiences to cater to different travel preferences.

  • Mint: For those seeking ultimate luxury, the Mint cabin provides a private sanctuary with fully lie-flat suites, custom-designed seat cushions by Tuft & Needle, and amenity kits featuring wellness products from popular New York brands. Passengers can indulge in delicious, chef-curated meals served on their tray tables.
  • Core: Travelers who prioritize affordability without sacrificing comfort will find JetBlue’s core cabin to be an excellent choice. With only 114 seats, the core cabin offers a boutique-style experience with the most legroom in coach. Passengers enjoy complimentary meals designed by the renowned New York restaurant group DIG, free beverages, and access to fast, unlimited Wi-Fi throughout the flight.

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