Aviation News

September 7, 2010

PHOTOS: JetBlue Unveils Plane Named ‘All Blue Can Jet’ and New Tail Design at All You Can Jet Launch Party

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All Blue Can Jet

All Blue Can Jet
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JetBlue Airways celebrated the first day of travel on their All You Can Jet pass by naming one of their Airbus A320s All Blue Can Jet (N531JL).

All Blue Can Jet‘s tailfin is painted with a new design which the airline calls “Barcode.” JetBlue’s fleet is now adorned by a variety of nine different tailfin designs.

JetBlue threw a launch event for the All You Can Jet pass on Monday morning at their New York JFK International Airport (JFK) Terminal 5 hub. The passes, which went on sale for $499-$699 last month, allow holders to fly as much as they want through October 6th.

The newly-named aircraft has done quite a bit of jetting itself, according to aircraft records. She was initially delivered to JetBlue in 2001, when it was named “Rhapsody in Blue” and wore the registration N531JB. In 2006, JetBlue sold it, along with four other A320s, to German charter operator Blue Wings, which operated it as D-ANNF until they ceased operations in January of this year. The aircraft was subsequently picked up by an aircraft leasing company, from whom JetBlue is now leasing it.

All images courtesy of jetblueflickr