JetBlue Airways and Singapore Airlines recently signed a new interline agreement offering new travel options to passengers. The new agreement will now allow passengers to travel to Europe, Singapore and beyond from JetBlue airways destinations in the US.
The recent partnership allows passengers to book a single combined ticket for JetBlue Airways and Singapore airlines-operated flights with one stop check-in and baggage transfer between the two airlines.
Currently, Singapore Airlines is operating all-business class flights daily from Newark to its hub at Changi International Airport in Singapore offering connections throughout Southeast Asia. Besides, the airline also operates flights to Singapore from New York/JFK via Frankfurt. Singapore Airlines has also announced that it will be operate daily flights to New York/JFK, JetBlue Airways’ hub, and will deploy the A380 superjumbo for this purpose from January 16, 2012. In Southeast Asia, Singapore Airlines offer connections to destinations like Bangkok, Bali, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila and Ho Chi Minh City, among several others.
JetBlue Airways is the largest domestic airline operating from its hub in New York/JFK, and offers more than 150 daily flights. JetBlue Airways offers nonstop flights to Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, Washington D.C., Seattle and San Francisco, and also from Newark to Orlando, Boston and Fort Lauderdale.