JetBlue expands Icelandair codeshare partnership

Icelandair has introduced the increasing of its codeshare with JetBlue.

The deal will provide clients extra methods to ebook and join their journey between the 2 airways’ networks throughout Europe and North America.

“We are thrilled to expand our partnership with Icelandair to offer our customers more options when traveling beyond Iceland,” stated Robin Hayes, chief government, JetBlue.

“With our recent launch of services to London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports, this expansion with Icelandair provides customers even more choice for travel across the Atlantic and the ability to enjoy a stopover in Iceland en route.”

JetBlue’s present codes on Icelandair provide clients direct flights between New York’s John F. Kennedy (JFK) Airport, Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS), Newark’s Liberty International Airport (EWR) and Iceland’s Keflavik International Airport (KEF) close to the capital metropolis of Reykjavik.

As a part of the codeshare enlargement, the JetBlue “B6” code will initially be positioned on seven of 24 European routes that Icelandair operates past Reykjavik.

The plan is so as to add extra within the close to future.

The preliminary routes are to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Copenhagen Airport, Glasgow Airport, Helsinki Airport, Manchester Airport, Oslo Airport and Stockholm Arlanda Airport.

Customers touring on connecting flights between Icelandair and JetBlue will get pleasure from each mixed ticketing and baggage transfers.

Additionally, when clients fly Icelandair throughout the Atlantic, they will cease over in Iceland at no further price, deciding on a stopover length of 1 to seven days to pack extra experiences into their journey.

Icelandair chief government, Bogi Nils Bogason, stated: “This year marks the ten-year anniversary of our successful partnership with JetBlue, where we have been able to offer great connections and enhanced comfort for our customers.”

This expanded codeshare settlement builds upon JetBlue and Icelandair’s partnership that first started in 2011.

Icelandair passengers already profit from entry to a community that spans to 45 locations in additional than 15 nations around the globe.

This additional strengthening of the partnership will enable JetBlue clients to get pleasure from further journey choices by way of Iceland’s Keflavik International Airport, Icelandair’s connecting hub.

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