JetBlue and British Airways Connect Networks

jet blueJetBlue Airways and British Airways report an interline agreement to connect the carriers' networks at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).

The agreement marks the first partnership between JetBlue and British Airways, and the 25th airline agreement for JetBlue. The carriers initially plan to interline on 18 daily transatlantic British Airways flights, more than 50 U.S routes on the JetBlue network and more than 100 British Airways routes beyond London.

British Airways' intercontinental routes that are part of the interline agreement include Boston-London Heathrow (LHR), New York/JFK-London City Airport (LCY), New York/JFK- London Heathrow (LHR), New York/JFK-Paris Orly (ORY), Orlando-London Gatwick (LGW) and Washington/Dulles-London Heathrow (LHR). Tickets can be purchased through British Airways.

Customers will be able to access to a variety of British Airways destinations beyond London, including Europe, Africa, the Middle East and India, as well as non-stop access to Paris Orly Airport from New York. Meanwhile, British Airways customers can now book onward tickets to new U.S. destinations such as Burlington, Vermont (BTV); Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts (MVY); Nantucket, Massachusetts (ACK); and Portland, Maine (PWM).

"This partnership provides our customers with even more possibilities to travel smoothly across Europe and other destinations in BA's extensive route network," said Scott Laurence, JetBlue's vice president of network planning and partnerships. "With 18 daily British Airways flights to our key East Coast gateways, their customers will now be able to enjoy the award-winning JetBlue experience to more than 50 U.S. destinations."

At JFK Airport British Airways operates from Terminal 7, which features the airline's Galleries lounge for business class customers and the  Concorde lounge for those traveling in First. JetBlue operates from nearby Terminal 5. 

At Boston Airport, where JetBlue is the largest carrier and offers nonstop service to 49 cities, British Airways operates from Terminal E, while JetBlue operates from nearby Terminal C. At Orlando, where JetBlue operates numerous routes to the Caribbean and Latin America, British Airways operates from Terminal B and JetBlue from Terminal A. At Washington/Dulles, the carriers are co-located on Concourse B.

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