After years of speculation, JetBlue has finally disclosed the airports it will be flying to from America this summer. They will initially start flying from New York JFK to London Heathrow daily from the 12th August, with an additional service starting to London Gatwick on the 30th September. As revealed before – they will have the ultra-competitive ‘Mint Class’, aimed at attracting those who are used to flying with British Airways in Club World or Virgin Atlantic in Upper Class with their own variation of a lie-flat seat.
London Heathrow – from 12 August
New York JFK 2148 – London Heathrow 1010+
London Heathrow 1810 – New York JFK 2135
London Gatwick – from 30 September
New York JFK 1948 – London Gatwick 0755+
London Gatwick 1210 – New York JFK 1543
Although we have seen a number of them over the years, including Iceland Express and WowAir, there is another start-up Icelandic airline coming to the UK this summer – ideal given the country is on the UK ‘Green List’. Play, will be flying from Stansted Airport from 24th June four times a week (Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday).
Reykjavik 0610 – London Stansted 1040
London Stansted 1140 – Reykjavik 1350
To replace the route which was lost during the pandemic (formerly flown by easyJet, Monarch and Ryanair), Wizzair are starting a new service to Rome from Luton, although its daily it doesn’t have the most attractive times for travelling though…
Rome Fiumicino 1920 – London Luton 2050
London Luton 2135 – Rome Fiumicino 0055+