JetBlue plans to start London flights in 2021

To be honest, I don’t think jetBlue will make it suceed.

In my opinion I think this is great for the airline plus I think they will do well against other major airlines

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Now we just need to get Southwest Airlines there and all of my dreams will be complete


Woooaaahhh, for real? So I could fly cheap to Europe on JetBlue? Wow!

This is great news



I bet my life that this waa going to happen.More than likely it will be the A321s unless they buy the A330 or another long hauler prior to the inaagural flight

For the record I am the biggest JB fan on this Forum


JetBlue goes transatlantic

That came out the Blue


No pun intended

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The article doesn’t state which airports in London. Could it be Luton, Stansted, Gatwick or Heathrow. It’s definitely not London City though

They haven’t decided which airport yet

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Yes that is Awesome , but will their aircraft be able to make long trips like that .

Yes they will use the a321LR which has a range of 4,600 miles

YAY! Finally an affordable way to get to Europe! Thank you JetBlue! This is why your one of the best airlines!

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no jetblue operates E190s,a320s,and a321s, with a220s and a321LR’s on order

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Cool , As long as they can get across they should have no problems

Hopefully when I get hired by Jetblue Gods willing, ill have the chance to fly the route

I see what you’re saying, and I don’t know there accommodations or pricing for these flights, but they clearly have a great formula because I can say with almost 100% certainty that here in the US they offer the best product for that price…

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I love it ! But also imagine how it will first be when you see a JetBlue in London 🤣


I wonder why they chose this specific market. I personally would never fly a single-aisle aircraft across the Atlantic #thankunext. I would definitely fly JetBlue if they used a larger aircraft like the A330neo of this route does succeed and if they plan to fly to other destinations in Europe

Why not? I honestly don’t see people’s aversion to this. Other than a shorter walk to the lavatory will you really eaven notice the difference? I’m not trying to argue, I’m just curious why people dislike this idea.

I have to agree with @KPIT on this. Almost every BA A318 transatlantic flight is sold out and that’s a even smaller aircraft