The world of travel just keeps getting better. JetBlue will soon offer flights to Paris at a reasonable starting price.
The New York-based airline announced starting June 29, there will be one daily flight to Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport from New York’s JFK, with the plan to offer a nonstop flight to Paris from Boston at a later date, Skift reported.
And you don’t have to wait; tickets are on sale now.
London and now Paris will be part of the carrier’s European destinations offered. The airline started flying to London in August 2021.
JetBlue wants to reach its target audience, those who like to be more cost-conscious when they travel. But that doesn’t mean there won’t be perks. Passengers will have access to a screen at every seat, fast, free Wi-Fi, and an onboard menu curated by Dig, the New York-based restaurant group, USA Today reported. And there are business class options.
JetBlue’s prices, compared to other airline competitors, such as Delta Air Lines and British Airways, are significantly lower.
Tickets are on sale for $1,899 round-trip in Mint business class and $479 in economy.
However, those promotional fares are only available if you book by March 9 and depart between Sept. 10 and Dec. 8, returning between Sept. 17 and Dec. 13.
According to the airline, the discount requires a round-trip purchase and a Saturday night stay.