The new New York JFK to Paris CDG route is one of five that they are on. Paris is the next European destination for JetBlue, as you may already be aware.
On March 7th, it went on sale after being revealed some time prior. New York JFK to London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Paris CDG, and Boston to Heathrow and Gatwick are the carrier’s three other New York JFK to European destinations.
JFK to Heathrow
Six flights per day are offered on five routes throughout JetBlue’s summer European network. JetBlue’s first service to Europe will begin on July 29th, two weeks before the airline’s second anniversary (from JFK to Heathrow).
- JFK to Heathrow: double daily
- JFK to Gatwick: daily
- JFK to CDG: daily
- Boston to Heathrow: daily
- Boston to Gatwick: daily
Non-stop flights from JFK
OAG reports that there are 18,615 non-stop flights from JFK, Newark, and Boston to Europe between July 29 (when Paris begins) and October 28 (the last day of the northern summer season).
As a result of its 552 flights, JetBlue will hold 3% of the market. By this metric, it will be equal to SWISS’ position as the tenth largest airline overall (also six daily; 552 services).
JetBlue offers six daily flights
According to this measure, it is ranked 19th, one position above LOT Polish and one position behind Emirates. How about available miles on the plane? The formula for this is the route length times the capacity times the frequency. JetBlue offers six daily flights, although these are more than made up for by the low-capacity narrowbodies and rather short routes
JetBlue holds 261 million ASMs in Europe or 1.5% of the market. Due to its frequent usage of narrowbodies and even shorter flights, it is ranked 18th on this metric, behind LOT Polish but before Icelandair.
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The second-largest market between Europe and the States is London-New York, followed by Paris-New York. Also, it has a significant corporate and premium component, which appeals to JetBlue. To function, it has to have its Mint compartment filled. Yet with eight airlines, the Paris-JFK/Newark market is becoming more and more crowded.
This summer, several airlines will provide flights between Paris and JFK
Several airlines will fly between Paris and JFK this summer, including Air France, American, Delta, Norse Atlantic, and now JetBlue. Norse Atlantic is a recent addition to the airport duo, similar to JetBlue. As soon as Northern Hemisphere airlines switch to summer schedules on March 26th, it will start flying every day.
Also available are French Bee, La Compagnie, and United from CDG to Newark, as well as Air France and Air France from CDG to Orly. There will only be two narrowbody carriers: La Compagnie and JetBlue.
There are 17 daily flights from Paris to JFK/Newark on the eight carriers indicated above, according to August schedules. The last time it occurred was in August 2017. That is the joint-highest frequency ever recorded. Here’s how they’re divided up:
- Air France: six daily CDG-JFK
- Delta: triple daily CDG-JFK
- United: double daily CDG-Newark
- Air France: daily CDG-Newark
- American: daily CDG-JFK
- french bee: daily Orly-Newark
- JetBlue: daily CDG-JFK
- La Compagnie: daily Orly-Newark
- Norse: daily CDG-JFK
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