United States and Canada route updates – October 2023

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JetBlue launched new service to Europe, starting with flights from Boston to Amsterdam. The airline will operate the route using Airbus A321neo aircraft. Additionally, JetBlue plans to increase its connectivity to Europe through its major hub at New York City’s John F. Kennedy Airport. Meanwhile, Air Canada announced a new route between Toronto and Charleston, scheduled to begin in 2024, using Embraer 175 aircraft. Air Transat will begin flights to Peru from Montreal and Toronto using Airbus A321neo aircraft. Alaska Airlines retired its Airbus A321neo fleet, making it an “all-Boeing” mainline airline once again.

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In the latest Latin American market summary, we will now review the United States and Canadian market from mid-September to early October. One of the key highlights is JetBlue’s new service to Europe, which started at the end of September. The airline operates using Airbus A321LR aircraft and has expanded its routes to include another destination in Europe from Boston. JetBlue’s major airport for European connectivity is New York City’s John F. Kennedy Airport.

Fun Fact: JetBlue is known for offering a unique inflight experience with free Wi-Fi, extra legroom, and unlimited snacks.

Air Canada has announced the inauguration of a new route between Canada and the US starting from March 28th, 2024. The airline will operate this route using Embraer 175 aircraft with 79 seats. The daily flight will be between Toronto and Charleston.

Fun Fact: Air Canada is the largest airline in Canada and serves over 200 destinations worldwide.

Air Transat, a Canadian airline, will begin flights to Peru in December. They will operate from Montreal and Toronto using Airbus A321neo aircraft with seating for 199 passengers in two classes.

Fun Fact: Air Transat was the first Canadian carrier to introduce a dedicated child-free section on its aircraft.

Alaska Airlines recently retired its Airbus A321neo aircraft and will now operate exclusively with Boeing aircraft. The Airbus aircraft were part of their fleet after acquiring Virgin America, and they will be incorporated into American Airlines’ fleet in the near future.

Fun Fact: Alaska Airlines has been named the best airline in North America by Skytrax for three consecutive years from 2017 to 2019.

American Airlines is planning to increase its flights to South America for the summer season in the southern hemisphere. They will have nearly six daily flights to Argentina between December 2023 and March 2024. They also have plans to increase flights to Brazil, Chile, and Uruguay.

Fun Fact: American Airlines is one of the founding members of the Oneworld airline alliance, which includes major airlines like British Airways and Cathay Pacific.

Condor, a German leisure airline, will launch seasonal flights between San Antonio and Frankfurt starting from May 17th, 2024. They will operate using their Airbus A330neo aircraft, which can accommodate 310 passengers in three seating classes.

Fun Fact: Condor is known for its vibrant yellow livery, which has become iconic in the airline industry.

Emirates has announced changes to its routes in the Dubai – United States and Dubai – Canada markets. These changes include switching aircraft types, reducing weekly flights, and introducing the A380 on certain routes.

Fun Fact: Emirates is the largest operator of the Airbus A380, with a fleet of over 100 aircraft.

Flair, a Canadian airline, will launch two new routes to Mexico and Jamaica from Calgary and Toronto respectively. These new routes will begin in mid-December.

Fun Fact: Flair is a low-cost carrier that focuses on providing affordable travel options for Canadian travelers.

JetBlue recently inaugurated its flights between Boston and Amsterdam, making it their second destination in the Dutch capital after New York. They operate this route using Airbus A321neo aircraft.

Fun Fact: JetBlue was the first airline to introduce seat-back televisions on every seat, offering passengers a wide range of entertainment options during their flight.

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