Following their long-anticipated transatlantic debut last summer, Jetblue is to add Boston to their existing New York services this summer.
Yes, there are many other airlines offering the same destinations, but Jetblue do things slightly differently, and at a cheaper price – both from Gatwick and Heathrow.
Starting from 19 July, Jetblue will be connecting Gatwick Airport with Boston for the first time, before adding another direct daily flight to Heathrow on 22 August. Both services will be on their innovative and modern Airbus A321, with its Economy ‘Core’ and Business Class ‘Mint’, which are highly competitive against its main rivals, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and American Airlines.
Each aircraft has just 24 Mint Suites, and 114 seats in Core ‘Economy’ – and even then its known in the industry as having ‘the largest legroom in coach’. There is fast and free w-fi, complimentary snacks and drinks – with one of the best reputations for customer service in the US. Mint comes with your own private cabin, with a lie-flat bed and a custom menu – all at a very competitive price.