The contract will connect 60 US cities, as well as 40 Caribbean and Latin American destinations, with Norwegian's network via New York (JFK, specifically), Boston, and Fort Lauderdale, according to a press release. The company currently offers 20 nonstop routes to Europe through these airports. The partnership will officially launch in Summer 2020, but will be available for booking tickets in early 2020, so keep a close eye out for that.
"This new agreement with Norwegian seamlessly connects JetBlue’s robust network throughout the U.S., Caribbean and Latin America with the exciting European destinations on our new partner’s route map,” Chief Executive Officer Robin Hayes added. "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."
In the meantime, by all means start fantasizing about your future European vacation.