JetBlue, Norwegian Air Announce Partnership

By Jesse Sokolow on 17 October 2019
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IMG_5037 (1)JetBlue Airways and Norwegian Air said Thursday that the two have signed a letter of intent for an interline agreement.

The plan, which is slated to go into effect next summer, calls for the two carriers to allow customers to purchase connecting flights between Europe and the Americas in a single booking.

“Norwegian shares our belief that customers benefit when we can bring competition and low fares to the transatlantic market currently dominated by joint ventures, legacy alliances, and sky-high ticket prices,” said JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes in a statement.

The interline agreement will connect over 90 JetBlue destinations in the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean to Norwegian’s gateways at New York’s John F. Kennedy International, Boston Logan International, and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International airports, from which the airline offers over 20 non-stop routes to European cities.

The interline agreement will also allow travelers to check bags to their final destination on either airline.

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