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JetBlue’s European Summer Fares From Just $495 Round-Trip

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Since landing in Europe for the first time in August 2021, JetBlue has slowly built out its transatlantic network and now has a firm presence in the market.

JetBlue now links the East Coast to a total of 5 cities: Amsterdam (AMS), Dublin (DUB), London (LGW/LHR), Paris (CDG), and, of course, the Scottish capital, Edinburgh (EDI), which just launched.

With phase 1 of the airline’s European expansion complete just in time for summer, we thought it would be a great time to highlight some of the best fares still available to book.

JetBlue’s Transatlantic Summer Fares

JetBlue currently operates its transatlantic route network from focus airports at Boston Logan (BOS) and New York (JFK).

The lowest round-trip fares in Core (economy) are from JFK to Edinburgh from June through August, starting at $495. As for Mint (business class), the lowest fares are also from JFK but this time to London from $2,545.

Fares From New York

It’s not too late to grab a very good value round-trip fare to Europe with JetBlue this summer.

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JetBlue’s offers the best in-flight economy experience in the sky on transatlantic flights. Image Credit: Daniel Ross

Prices vary depending on the month and the destination with round-trip fares in economy totalling between $495 and $1,160 with Paris being the most expensive route.

 June July August 
DestinationCoreMintCoreMintCore Mint
Amsterdamfrom $999from $3,350from $929from $2,950from $709from $2,800
Dublin from $672 from $3,697from $617from $3,047from $547from £3,650
Edinburghfrom $495from $2,495from $495from $2,740from $495from $2,900
Londonfrom $622from $3,370from $733from $2,895from $584from £2,545
Parisfrom $1,160from $3,050from $808from $3,000from $648from $3,000

Fares From Boston

Prices are a little higher on average from Boston, with the lowest round-trip in economy starting at $547 to Dublin in August.

As for Mint, the cheapest transatlantic fare you’ll find from Boston is to London in June from $2,745.

 June July August 
Amsterdamfrom $949from $3,400from $954from $3,000from $709from $2,799
Dublinfrom $687from $4,047from $617from $3,050from $547from $2,797
Londonfrom $721from $2,745from $746from $2,745from $646from $2,900
Parisfrom $1,190from $3,200from $825from $3,050from $695from $3,000
Hot Tip:

The best way to book these JetBlue fares to Europe is with The Platinum Card® from American Express. This card earns 5x Membership Rewards per $1 spent on all tickets booked directly with the airline or (up to $500,000 per year, then 1x points). Otherwise, you can opt to use the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, which earns you 3x Ultimate Rewards points per $1 spent on all travel, including airfare.

Final Thoughts

So, what will it be? Guinness in Dublin, baguettes in Paris, stroopwafels in Amsterdam, haggis in Edinburgh, or fish and chips in London?

Whether you’re flying in Core or Mint, JetBlue’s award-winning in-flight experience crossing the Atlantic is an alternative worth considering for your upcoming summer vacation.

For rates and fees of The Platinum Card® from American Express, click here.

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Daniel has loved aviation and travel his entire life. He earned a Master of Science in Air Transport Management and has written about travel and aviation in publications like Simple Flying, The Points Guy, and more.

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