JetBlue plans to add Paris to its schedule starting in summer 2023, making the city the airline’s second European destination after London, the carrier announced Wednesday. 

Initial service will be between New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. JetBlue said it later will add nonstop service between Boston Logan International Airport and de Gaulle. Seats will go on sale “in the coming months.”

The carrier said it would operate the service on both routes using Airbus A321 long-range aircraft that will include its Mint premium product with 24 lie-flat private suites with a sliding door, including two Mint Studios. 

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