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February 11, 2010

PHOTOS: Jetblue Unveils New 10th Anniversary Scheme

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By: Phil Derner Jr.
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JetBlue's new 10th anniversary scheme on A320 N569JB.
JetBlue's new 10th anniversary scheme on A320 N569JB.
JetBlue's coming tail-fin, "Building Blocks".

JetBlue's coming tail-fin, "Building Blocks".

JetBlue has today unveiled what is their most unique and colorful paint scheme ever to celebrate their 10th anniversary!

Airbus A320 N569JB received dozens of orange, blue and black “10’s” covering the rear of the aircraft. Ten years ago on February 11th, 2000, JetBlue began two daily flights between their New York JFK hub and Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Today, they offer the most domestic flights of any airline at JFK.

PLUS: Check out our JetBlue Photo Birthday Card!

JetBlue also used the opportunity to introduce what will be their next tail-fin on coming aircraft. Voted for by over 30,000 people from a design submitted by JetBlue crew member Troy Bokosky, “Building Blocks” will be making appearances at local airports soon.

On approach to JFK's runway 31R for it's very first flight! (Photo by Eric Dunetz)

On approach to JFK's runway 31R for it's very first flight! (Photo by Eric Dunetz)

 

Fancy-looking tail. (Photo by Eric Dunetz)

Fancy-looking tail. (Photo by Eric Dunetz)

JetBlue's new 10th anniversary scheme on A320 N569JB.

JetBlue's new 10th anniversary scheme on A320 N569JB. (Photo Courtesy © JetBlue)


  • Julian M.

    I love it! Looks great.

  • Julian M.

    I love it! Looks great.

  • Mario

    That's a lot nicer !

  • Mario

    That's a lot nicer !

  • PuterCraig

    This is the future; and far more profound than some may realize. As An IT guy, this reminds me of the adage that there are 10 people on the planet who understand the binary system, and I don't know either of them. As Julian M. said, it looks great, too.

  • PuterCraig

    This is the future; and far more profound than some may realize. As An IT guy, this reminds me of the adage that there are 10 people on the planet who understand the binary system, and I don't know either of them. As Julian M. said, it looks great, too.