JetBlue Airways and Aer Lingus plan to begin codesharing from 1 April, subject to regulatory approval.
The airlines have requested blanket codeshare authority for Aer Lingus to place its code on JetBlue flights to points in the USA from its US gateways, according to a regulatory filing. The codeshare requires US Department of Transportation (DOT) approval.
Passengers will be able to connect to JetBlue flights at Boston and New York's John F. Kennedy (JFK) under the agreement. Destinations include Austin, Buffalo, Charlotte, Charleston (South Carolina), Fort Lauderdale, New Orleans, Orlando, Raleigh-Durham, Tampa and San Diego.
The two airlines have an existing interline agreement and Aer Lingus uses JetBlue's terminal 5 for departures from JFK.