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JetBlue Expands In Amsterdam Introducing Daily Nonstop Flights from Boston

JetBlue has expanded its Amsterdam service with daily nonstop flights between Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS). This addition comes on the heels of the successful launch of the airline’s New York to Amsterdam service on August 29.

Why Boston to Amsterdam?

The expansion is part of JetBlue’s efforts to expand its transatlantic service.

According to Dave Clark, head of revenue and planning at JetBlue, “Our recently launched Amsterdam service from New York has already been very successful and we are thrilled to expand our low fares and great service to Amsterdam to our Boston customers,” said Dave Clark, head of revenue and planning, JetBlue. “Adding nonstop service to Amsterdam benefits business and leisure customers who have suffered from high fares by legacy carriers for decades and brings more options to our customers in our New England focus city.”

A Boost for the Boston Economy

The new route isn’t just good news for travelers. It’s a significant economic catalyst for the Boston area.

“Boston destination partners are thrilled with the launch of this nonstop service from Amsterdam. The Netherlands is a very important overseas source market for us, annually sending more than 30,000 visitors to our region and these visitors inject upwards of $35 million into our regional economy,” said Martha Sheridan, Meet Boston President & CEO. “JetBlue’s expansion into key European markets is a critical conduit for Boston to fully recover its market share of international visitors.”

JetBlue Boston-Amsterdam Flight Schedule

Daily service starting September 20 (Eastbound) & September 21 (Westbound) *all times local
BOS – AMS Flight #31AMS – BOS Flight #32
10:13 p.m. – 9:35 a.m. (+1)11:35 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Inside the Plane

Flights will operate daily on JetBlue’s Airbus A321 Long Range (LR) aircraft. The A321 offers the range of a wide-body with the economics of a single-aisle aircraft.

It features:

JetBlue Mint Suites

All JetBlue suites offer aisle access and a sliding door for privacy. Enjoy entertainment on a 17” screen, and keep your devices charged with in-suite power and wireless charging. Sleep on fully lie-flat seats with Tuft & Needle bedding.

The new front-row Mint Studio features a 22″ In-flight Entertainment screen and an extra seat to spend time with a travel companion.

Core Seats and Airspace Cabin

JetBlue’s roomy core seats feature an adjustable headrest, a 10.1″ touchscreen for in-flight entertainment, and power ports, including USB-A, USB-C and AC. The airline’s Even More Space seats at the front of the aircraft offer 5” more legroom and other service benefits. 

Airspace by Airbus Cabin

The Airspace by Airbus cabin includes custom lighting settings, larger overhead bins, and a space-optimized interior that makes this narrowbody feel like flying on a widebody aircraft.

Award-Winning Amenities

In addition to affordable rates, JetBlue’s service includes perks like the most legroom in coach, live television and on-demand entertainment on every seatback, free and fast Fly-Fi® broadband internet, complimentary snacks and soft drinks, and impeccable customer service.

Special Launch Offers You Can’t Resist

To make your travel plans even sweeter, JetBlue is celebrating the launch with limited roundtrip fares starting at $499 and €399 in their Core experience and $2,199 and €1,599 in their luxury Mint service. But act fast; these special rates are subject to availability, and terms apply.

Booking and More Information

For US and Netherlands-originating travelers interested in taking advantage of the new service, bookings are available on jetblue.com. Booking directly through the site guarantees JetBlue’s best and lowest fares and other additional benefits.

Sustainability Efforts

JetBlue is committed to sustainability and aims to cut aircraft emissions in half per seat by 2035. Their use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) represents a significant step toward achieving their net-zero carbon emissions goal by 2040.

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