JetBlue connects to Florida

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JetBlue has added three new domestic routes in Florida to its network, improving connectivity for those flying across the Atlantic with the airline from the UK to New York.

From October 24 the U.S. low-cost carrier will launch routes from Long Island MacArthur Airport to Orlando (daily), Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (four weekly flights), and Palm Beach International Airport (four weekly flights).

JetBlue offers daily flights from Heathrow and Gatwick to New York JFK and Boston and in March introduced Dublin to New York and Boston routes.

Starting October 27, the airline will cut the Gatwick to New York and Boston service to once daily, from twice daily. The airline will continue to fly daily from Heathrow (LHR) to both JFK and Boston. Currently, JetBlue intends to bring back these flights in summer 2025.

Most JetBlue transatlantic flights are operated by Airbus A321 Long Range aircraft which have just 114 seats and 24 suites. Free unlimited high-speed wi-fi is available on all transatlantic flights.


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