JetBlue Expands Codeshare Partnership With Icelandair

JetBlue’s Code Now Available on Seven Routes to Europe With Option to Stopover in Iceland to Enhance the Journey

JetBlue and Icelandair
JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes (left) and Icelandair CEO Bogi Nils Bogason at the IATA Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Boston celebrate 10 years of partnership and expansion of codeshare.

JetBlue has announced it is expanding its codeshare with Icelandair – the national carrier of Iceland – to offer customers more ways to book and connect their travel between the two airlines’ networks across Europe and North America. The new codeshare flights are now available for booking on

“We are thrilled to expand our partnership with Icelandair to offer our customers more options when traveling beyond Iceland,” said Robin Hayes, chief executive officer, JetBlue. “With our recent launch of services to London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports, this expansion with Icelandair provides customers even more choice for travel across the Atlantic and the ability to enjoy a stopover in Iceland en route.”

Icelandair Chief Executive Officer, Bogi Nils Bogason, said: “This year marks the ten-year anniversary of our successful partnership with JetBlue, where we have been able to offer great connections and enhanced comfort for our customers. The similarities between our business models and a strong focus on customer experience means that we can offer complimentary service throughout our networks. We are very pleased to expand our partnership and offer travelers new options for connecting between the two airlines’ networks.”

JetBlue’s current codes on Icelandair offer customers direct flights between New York’s John F. Kennedy (JFK) Airport, Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS), Newark’s Liberty International Airport (EWR) and Iceland’s Keflavik International Airport (KEF) in the capital city of Reykjavik. As part of the codeshare expansion, the JetBlue “B6” code will initially be placed on seven of 24 European routes that Icelandair operates beyond Reykjavik. The plan is to add more in the near future. The initial routes are:

  • Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS), Netherlands
  • Copenhagen Airport (CPH), Denmark
  • Glasgow Airport (GLA), United Kingdom
  • Helsinki Airport (HEL), Finland
  • Manchester Airport (MAN), United Kingdom
  • Oslo Airport (OSL), Norway
  • Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN), Sweden

Customers traveling on connecting flights between Icelandair and JetBlue will enjoy both combined ticketing and baggage transfers. Additionally, when customers fly Icelandair across the Atlantic, they can stopover in Iceland at no additional cost, selecting a stopover duration of one to seven days to pack more experiences into their travel.

Iceland is a year-round destination with adventure waiting to happen every day. With its abundance of mountains, volcanoes, glaciers, rivers, lakes, caves and otherwise rough terrain waiting to be tackled, Iceland is truly an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. But it is also a warm and welcoming place for travelers of all types.


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