JetBlue Schedules It’s First Canadian Flights To Vancouver

JetBlue Schedules It’s First Canadian Flights To Vancouver


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JetBlue Airways has officially announced services to Vancouver, Canada. This is an announcement we have been waiting for a long time, after they announced this back in April.

They have confirmed that flights will start from Boston Logan and New York Kennedy. Flights will begin on June 9 from both airports. Boston service, however will be seasonal, and will run from June to September 6.

The flights will be operated by 2 different aircraft. JFK-YVR will be operated by the A320, and BOS-YVR will be operated by the A220.

From New York, JetBlue flight 1975 will leve JFK at 7:04PM, and arrive in YVR at 10:35PM. For the return, JetBlue flight 1974 will leave YVR at 11:46PM, and arrive in JFK at 8:00AM the next morning.

From Boston, JetBlue flight 2149 will leave BOS at 5:40PM, and arrive YVR at 9:03PM. For the return, JetBlue flight 2150 will leave YVR at at 10:13PM, and will arrive in BOS at 6:28AM the next morning.

It’s exciting to see an airline enter the YVR market, since this is the only passenger flight from JFK and BOS. Also, it’s exciting to finally see JetBlue enter Canada, and possible expand to add JFK, BOS, FLL, or MCO to Toronto or Montreal as well.

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@Balloonchaser 👀

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The announcement from JetBlue confirming YVR and AVL should be coming in 21 minutes, which should bring some other new routes as well

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Confirmed.

Asheville also confirmed via JetBlue website.

Another A220 route!!

Asheville will be operated by the E190, but Boston-YVR will be the A220.

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That’s what I was talking about

they are also starting up the Longest A220 route to San Diego to JFK