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JetBlue flying NYC to Paris nonstop starting in late June
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AG Garland: JetBlue-Spirit Airlines merger will drive up consumer prices
Attorney General Merrick Garland on Tuesday unveiled a lawsuit to block the $3.8 billion JetBlue-Spirit Airlines merger, saying it will limit consumers choices and drive up fares.
In a few months, low-cost carrier JetBlue Airways' nonstop New York City to Paris flight will start running.
JetBlue said in a press release the new service’s launch is scheduled for June 29. Tickets for the daily flights between the John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) in New York and the Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) in France became purchasable Tuesday, according to the airline.
DOJ SUES TO BLOCK $3.8 JETBLUE-SPIRIT AIRLINES MERGER, SAYING IT WILL MEAN HIGHER FARES FOR CUSTOMERS
"We are excited to continue disrupting the transatlantic market and offer business and leisure customers traveling to and from Paris an opportunity to experience our highly acclaimed Mint and core products in a market that has suffered from high fares by legacy carriers for far too long," JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes said.