JetBlue Secures Regulatory Approval to Operate Transatlantic Flights


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JetBlue has recently announced that it will launch daily flights from Boston and New York to London in 2021.

It is known that the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has granted its approval for the US airline to add London to its served routes list. However, it is still unclear which London’s airport JetBlue’s aircraft will be arriving to. It’s the first time the UK has issued its own approval since it has recently left the European Union. The regulator has shared the news on Twitter.

JetBlue responded, saying, “Thank you, @UK_CAA! You might say we’re “chuffed to bits” to start hopping across the pond later this year. See you soon!”

While the airport is yet to be confirmed, we know that the carrier will be flying A321LR on the route.

Source: UK Civil Aviation Authority