FRIDAY DEC 02, 2022
×
Search AeroXplorer
Jetblue Unveils New A321LR That Will Operate to London Flights

Jetblue Unveils New A321LR That Will Operate to London Flights

BY PATRICK DALY 19328d AGO 1 COMMENTS

Boston- Earlier this week, Jetblue Airways has reached a very large milestone in its path to beginning London Flights. The Airline has just released the first photos of its new A321LR aircraft that is currently being built in Hamburg, Germany. The photos show the tail design of the aircraft, something that people have been anxious to see since the airline first ordered the aircraft. The design is called "Streamers" and represents ribbons that are waving in numerous shades of blue.

 

The Tail of the new A321LR. Photo: Jetblue
The Winglet of the new A321LR. Photo: Jetblue

 

Jetblue employees told The Points Guy that all of the 13 A321LRs the airline has on order will dawn the Streamers design on the tail, tailfin, and Winglets. The design could also be featured inside the cabin, but that has not yet been confirmed by Jetblue. 

 

Where Will the A321LR Be Flying?

 

Originally announced in April of 2019, Jetblue plans to begin service from Boston to London late next year. The flight will be the airline's first European destination, a milestone in their plans to expand into a larger international airline in the coming years. Jetblue chose the A321LR because of its long range capabilities, and because it will give them the option to fly transatlantic while sticking to their entirely narrowbody fleet that consists of nearly all-Airbus Jets. The Airline is still debating which London airport they will be flying to, having to decide between Heathrow and Gatwick. If they choose Gatwick, they will be joining fellow low-cost carrier norwegian in operating flights between the two cities. But if they choose Heathrow, they will be competing against more expensive, larger airlines such as American and British Airways, but for a higher operating price than Gatwick. 

 

Photo: Bryan Wu, The Explorer Blog

Conclusion

 

With the A321LR, Jetblue will have the capability to fly to european markets such as London, while maintaining their business strategy of all Airbus, narrowbody aircraft. The milestone of their first A321 nearing completion is a major step in the goal of starting these new routes. What do you think about Jetblue's A321LRs? Leave a comment below!

Patrick Daly
Patrick is an aviation enthusiast from Austin, Texas. He grew up with a love for planes, and in 2018, he started plane spotting. Soon after, he created his Instagram aviation account, @just_planepictures.

Comments (1)

Eurorce Online Canada Buy Propecia https://newfasttadalafil.com/ - best price for generic cialis <a href=https://newfasttadalafil.com/>cheapest cialis generic online</a> Forum Ou Acheter Cialis Iatyjs https://newfasttadalafil.com/ - cialis 20 mg Alert all first responders paramedics and other EMTs. Buhrux
Reply

Add Your Comment

SHARE

TAGS

ROUTES Jetblue Boston London Routes News

RECENTLY PUBLISHED

Delta Premium Select at Comfort Plus Prices: JFK to SFO Trip Report On my recent trip out west, I had the chance to experience one of the best deals in the sky: A premium economy seat at extra legroom economy prices, on Delta Air Lines. Was it worth the hype: read to find out! TRIP REPORTS READ MORE »
BREAKING: Vistara and Air India to Merge Singapore Airlines and Tata have announced the merging of Vistara and Air India. The new combined carrier will become the second largest airline in India NEWS READ MORE »
Mooney Crashes Into Power Lines in Gaithersburg, MD On Thursday, November 27, 2022, an MFC Corp Mooney M20J departed Westchester County Airport (HPN) in White Plains, New York at 3:00 p.m., before crashing and becoming entangled in power lines approximately two-and-a-half hours later. NEWS READ MORE »


SHOP

No products currently listed.

FOLLOW US ONLINE