JetBlue will begin daily service between New York JFK and Paris Charles de Gaulle service on June 29. Tickets are on sale.
The Paris flights will mark JetBlue's entry into continental Europe. The New York-based airline began serving London Heathrow and London Gatwick in 2021.
JetBlue first confirmed plans to fly to Paris in November, but did not set a launch date. The carrier also said it eventually plans to serve Paris from Boston.
JetBlue will operate JFK-Paris on an Airbus A321LR featuring 24 Mint business class seats and 114 economy seats, including 24 with extra legroom.
JetBlue will join a crowded JFK-Paris market, competing against Delta, Air France, American and Norse Atlantic.