JetBlue’s 3rd European Destination? Amsterdam.
JetBlue announced on Tuesday that it will be adding Amsterdam to its list of international flight destinations.
Service will start between New York’s JFK International Airport and Amsterdam Schiphol sometime “late this summer,” according to a JetBlue statement. And flights between Boston Logan and Schiphol are “to follow,” subject to government operating authority.
JetBlue already flies to London’s Heathrow and Gatwick Airports and will begin flying to Paris in June.
As with its other European flights, the daily Amsterdam route will be served by the carrier’s Airbus A321 Long Range (LR) single-aisle aircraft, which has 114 economy seats (“Core”) and 24 new fully lie-flat private suites with sliding doors.
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