JetBlue to Expand U.K. Service

JetBlue will add a second daily flight between New York-JFK and London-Gatwick beginning Oct. 29, the carrier announced Monday. The service supplements its current daily flight between the airports, as well as its daily JFK-Heathrow flight.

The New York-based carrier’s transatlantic expansion also includes new service between Boston-Logan and London-Gatwick, scheduled to begin Aug. 4, and service between Boston-Logan and London-Heathrow, scheduled to begin Sept. 20.

In addition, JetBlue has secured permanent slots at London Heathrow, Terminal 2, for flights starting Oct. 29, according to the carrier.

Further, the airline announced expedited security screening availability at both Heathrow and Gatwick for JetBlue Mint customers, Mosaic customers and Mosaic companions traveling on the same reservation, customers who purchased a Blue Extra fare and customers who purchased an Even More Space seat. At Heathrow, customers should follow signs for “Fast Track.” At Gatwick, customers should follow signs for “Premium Security,” according to JetBlue.

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