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JetBlue Launches Nonstop Flight from Boston to Paris

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Following last summer’s successful addition of flights from New York to Paris, JetBlue Airways is expanding its European flights again with a new route between Boston (BOS) and Paris (CDG).

There’s a lot to cover, so let’s dive right in!

JetBlue’s Newest Route to Paris

JetBlue is bolstering transatlantic service by adding daily, nonstop flights between Boston and Paris.

“Boston customers have not had a lot of choices when flying to Paris, so we are more than happy to step in with affordable fares and an incredible onboard experience to shake things up and finally bring some real competition into this market,” said Dave Clark, head of revenue and planning at JetBlue.

The new flights to the City of Lights mean JetBlue now serves 4 cities from Boston: Paris, London (LGW and LHR), Amsterdam (AMS), and Dublin (DUB).

Here is the new route:

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Daily service starting April 3, 2024 (Eastbound) Daily service starting April 4, 2024 (Westbound)
Boston to Paris Flight #33Paris to Boston Flight #34
Depart at 8:00 p.m. – Arrive at 9:15 a.m. (+1)Depart at 1:15 a.m. – Arrive at 1:02 p.m.

JetBlue will fly its Airbus A321 Long Range (LR) aircraft on this route. This single-aisle aircraft is rare on transatlantic routes, but JetBlue says it keeps fares lower by using the aircraft. JetBlue’s A321 offers 24 Mint Suite seats and 114 core (economy) seats.

Hot Tip:

JetBlue also announced that it would add a second daily flight from New York (JFK) to Paris, starting June 20, 2024.

How To Book JetBlue Flights

Flights are now available on this route between Boston and Paris and can be booked by visiting JetBlue.com.

You can book one-way tickets with cash or JetBlue TrueBlue points. We’re seeing flights as low as $1,181 one-way in Mint.

JetBlue BOS CDG Mint cash price
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You’ll find tickets in Mint from 98,600 points one-way from Boston, which isn’t a terrible deal on a transatlantic route.

JetBlue BOS CDG Mint points price
Image Credit: JetBlue

Once you’ve picked travel dates, book your flights using a credit card to maximize your flight purchases. Some of our favorites at Upgraded Points include The Platinum Card® from American Express, Chase Sapphire Reserve®, and Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card.

Hot Tip:

You can also book flights by using a JetBlue credit card. Both The JetBlue Plus Card and The JetBlue Business Card offer 6x JetBlue TrueBlue points per $1 spent on JetBlue flight purchases. The JetBlue Card offers 3x JetBlue points on JetBlue flight purchases.

Final Thoughts

This is excellent news from JetBlue, and Boston travelers will now have a more affordable way to fly to Europe, particularly in business class. If you’ve been meaning to check out JetBlue Mint, make sure to book these promo fares before they’re gone!

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Victoria holds a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from the Howard University School of Communications and is an award-winning journalist, travel reporter, and the founder of the “Carrying On with Victoria M. Walker” newsletter.

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