With increased codeshare cooperation with Irish carrier Aer Lingus, JetBlue is expanding its transatlantic flights to Ireland. Customers will be able to fly between the two airlines as a result of the expanded cooperation, giving them more travel alternatives. The codeshare flights will be accessible on four routes: from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York to Dublin Airport and Shannon Airport, as well as from Boston Logan International Airport to Dublin and Shannon.
Joanna Geraghty, president and chief operating officer at JetBlue, said in a statement “More than 13 years after Aer Lingus became our very first international airline partner, our relationship continues to strengthen in ways that bring more benefits to customers on both sides of the Atlantic.” The codeshare will make travel more convenient between the US and Ireland.
The decision to expand the codeshare agreement comes only months after JetBlue launched its first service to Europe, a new route from New York City to London.