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JetBlue Announces 2 New flights To This Popular European Destination For Only $479

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The low-cost airline JetBlue has recently announced new flights to a popular European destination: Amsterdam.

The New Routes to Amsterdam will depart from New York starting August 29, and Boston starting September 20.

JetBlue airplane flying in the blue sky

It is the carrier’s third transatlantic destination, and, to celebrate, JetBlue is offering tickets at a very affordable price. 

American travelers can purchase Core tickets (the carrier’s economy cabin seats) for just $479 roundtrip and Mint tickets (the carrier’s business class) for  $1,899 roundtrip.

The airline is now offering transatlantic routes to London, Paris, and Amsterdam. JetBlue had previously announced the possibility of serving direct flights to Amsterdam, but now it is certain, and the itineraries are ready.

Here’s The Itinerary

JetBlue is offering direct flights from two major U.S. cities with comfortable itineraries. Both flights take around 7 hours to reach the European destination. 

 Business class seats inside the Mint cabin of an airplane from JetBlue

Connecting New York And Amsterdam

From New York City, the route departs from the John F. Kennedy International Airport and arrives at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

Starting on August 29, travelers will have daily flights departing at 10:00 pm from New York and arriving at 11:35 am the next day in Amsterdam.

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Bikes next to a bridge in Amsterdam during sunset

From Amsterdam, the first service begins on August 30, and the daily flights will depart at 1:35 pm and arrive in New York at 4:00 pm the same day. 

Connecting Boston And Amsterdam

The daily services from Boston to Amsterdam offered by JetBlue will begin on September 20. 

The new route departs from Boston Logan International Airport and arrives at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS).

Boston skyline during sunny day

From Amsterdam, the first service of the new route departs on September 21. The flights will depart at 11:35 am and will arrive in Boston at 2:00 pm.

Both routes will be served on JetBlue’s Airbus A321 Long Range (LR) aircraft. This airplane has 24 redesigned seats for the Mint experience and 114 core seats.

What’s Included In The Price?

Those taking advantage of the affordable tickets already for sale must consider what’s included in the price. 

jetblue plane

The Core tickets starting at $479 roundtrip will be available on the carrier’s official website.

Travelers purchasing the Blue Basic tickets will get comfortable seats, access to the carrier’s new menu—including the build your hot meal experience—, a blanket,  entertainment, and a carry-on bag included. 

Those who purchase Blue or Blue extra tickets will also have a checked bag and advanced seat selection. 

food on plane tray

The Mint tickets starting at $1,899 provide access to JetBlue’s premium experience, including lie-flat seats, boarding priority, artisanal dining, and two checked bags. 

Is Amsterdam Airport Schiphol A Good Airport?

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is one of the busiest airports in Europe, traditionally used by over 70 million passengers every year. It has won awards for its fascinating design and offers visitors a great travel experience as well as multiple connections to other destinations.

It's only around 10 miles away from Amsterdam city center and, in just 15 minutes, a direct railway from the airport takes travelers to Amsterdam Central Station. 

schiphol airport

Travelers can access its free wifi and enjoy its cool amenities like coworking spaces for digital nomads or spot planes at the Panorama Terrace, as well as great shops and restaurants.

Is Amsterdam A Good Destination In 2023?

Amsterdam is a fascinating destination known for its beautiful canals, stroopwafels, unique biking experiences, and more.

Tourists enjoy taking boat rides to admire the canals and the architecture and explore all the fascinating museums.

Beautiful sunrise over Amsterdam, The Netherlands, with flowers and bicycles on the bridge in spring

Travelers should not be discouraged by the recent ‘Stay Away’ Campaigns created by Amsterdam officials to keep away tourists as it addresses only certain types of tourists—those interested in some of the things Amsterdam sometimes gets a bad rap for.

Authorities want to maintain order and respect for the local culture. 

As long as visitors respect local rules and the wonderful Dutch culture, they will have a great time. Although large crowds are expected during summer, JetBlue's new routes offer a great opportunity to visit the city during the shoulder season in September and October.

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