etBlue Airways will add the A321XLR to its fleet of Airbus aircraft and increase its existing order for Airbus A220s. JetBlue has contracted to convert 13 existing A321neo orders into firm orders for the new A321XLR, which Airbus revealed this week at the Paris Air Show.
Also, JetBlue has firmed up an order for an additional ten A220-300 aircraft from existing options.
JetBlue will integrate the A321XLR and the A220-300 into its growing network of routes to a variety of key destinations.

Narrowbody to LHR? Yes.

JetBlue in April announced its first service to Europe with flights to LHR from both JFK and BOS that would start in 2021.

JetBlue executives have said they plan to market the airline’s premium Mint cabin that features lie-flat seats, better food and amenities kits, to entice high-paying corporate business travelers away from entrenched rivals. The airline is planning to launch a new version of Mint and its coach class for trans-Atlantic routes.
Large airlines like Delta, American, United and their European partners currently control most of the trans-Atlantic market. More than three-quarters of trans-Atlantic service last year was operated by airlines in the largest alliances among carriers, according to consulting firm ICF.

A search for a round-trip business-class ticket from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport to Paris in early September showed up at $5,200 on Delta’s site and $3,853 on American’s. From Newark to Paris on United the fare was $4,550, a search showed.