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Supplier Spotlight: Dublin Airport Ready to Welcome JetBlue’s Launch of Transatlantic Flights Later this Month

Dublin Airport is pleased to announce that JetBlue will launch its full-service transatlantic flights from Dublin to both New York and Boston later this month.

The airline will be jetting over the pond on its A321 Neo aircraft, with 16 Mint Suites full lie flat beds all direct aisle access and 144 seats in the Core cabin.

JetBlue is a beloved brand, an industry-leading customer experience, a unique culture, and the industry’s best crew members, 25,000 crew members are energised, and they challenge the status quo and bring humanity back to air travel.

The airline’s premium Mint experience features… fully lie-flat private suites with a sliding door and innovative design elements allowing customers to feel at home in the air.

With free Wi-Fi, free food and drinks including alcohol and each seat will have their own touchscreen TV with live TV shows and a plethora of movies to watch, so what’s not to love?

Customers will be clearing US emigration and departing from Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport, meaning you arrive as a domestic passenger stateside.

JetBlue looks forward to bringing customers low fares and great service.

JetBlue recently recruited Caitriona Toner as Senior Sales Manager for Ireland; and Francis McCabe joins her as Sales Support Coordinator. 

For trade support, please contact [email protected]  

To access agent resources, training modules, schedules, route maps and more, visit https://jetblue-uk.agentworld.com/

Watch ITTN’s Coffee Break video with Caitriona Toner, filmed by Shane Cullen as JetBlue’s launch event at the Iveagh Garden Hotel in December 2023 here.

Carrie Day
Carrie Day
Carrie started her career in the travel industry in 2014 and has worked in various roles such as Travel Consultant in Canada & Ireland, Business Development Manager and later Industry Sales Manager EMEA at an international tour company. She is also a trustee for the ITAA Benevolent Fund since 2021 and proud member of the AWTE Ireland. Conversations around sustainable travel are welcomed and encouraged!

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