|Quoting Ikramerica (Reply 1):|
Not without an order for planes that can do that, no.
|Quoting HunUtazo (Reply 6):|
They will have never become large enough to overcome what is yet to come soon, so very soon...
|Quoting NASOCEANA (Reply 4):|
I think that JetBlue will be the first LCC in the
U.S. to fly across the Atlantic!
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|Quoting RAMPRAT980 (Thread starter):|
Does anyone know if Jet Blue has any plans of flying to cities across the Atlantic or possibly to Mexico or other destinations in the Carribean.
|Quoting AeroWesty (Reply 8):|
Quoting NASOCEANA (Reply 4):
I think that JetBlue will be the first LCC in the U.S. to fly across the Atlantic!
I thought that honor had gone to PeoplExpress.
|Quoting JFKLGANYC (Reply 11):|
1. Original plan was to go as far west as SLC . . . WOW! No California. Turns out they are the LARGEST carrier to California from NYC. And a large player in transcons from BOS and DC. Also have major ops in OAK and LGB.
|Quoting Ikramerica (Reply 14):|
Quoting Luv2fly (Reply 9):
B6 has applied for rights for CUN flights.
Yeah? If you are flying over the Atlantic to get to CUN, you aint coming from the USofA!
|Quoting Ckfred (Reply 17):|
Since B6 has their fares priced so low
|Quoting JetBlueAtJFK (Reply 21):|
Yea so far B6 has SDQ and NAS and hopefully soon CUN. After that hopefully a little more Mexico destinations if the get is (Puerto Vallarta?) then hopefully Canada. But I think B6 will be going after Mexico and Caribbean before Canada.
For Trans-Atlantic, not now and not for a while. David Neeleman repeatedly says no. There was an article about a month ago and it they asked him, and well you guessed it, No.
|Quoting HunUtazo (Reply 24):|
Quoting Lightsaber (Reply 13):Ah, the doomsayers. It wouldn't be a.net without them.
'02-2006' ".........the beginning of the end."
|Quoting Cedarjet (Reply 12):|
And I can easily imagine jetBlue crossing the pond - they have awesome domestic feed, including California, and JFK is the definitive jumping off point for Europe. All they need is half a dozen A330s, and it's hello! to Stansted, Stockholm, Munich, Athens and Madrid. And goodbye! to Delta.
|Quoting Hotelbravo (Reply 31):|
Actually, the better part of a direct BOS-CUN routing is over the Atlantic, off the East coast of the US
|Quoting OneSkyJet (Reply 37):|
My first post on A.net
|Quoting OneSkyJet (Reply 37):|
In choosing the right plane to do the Atlantic, JetBlue would probably want to choose a plane that works well in these routes as well.
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