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JetBlue Even More Space seating. (Photo by Edward Russell)
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JetBlue Even More Space Reviewed: The Premium Economy Challenge, Round 2

Posted March 29, 2012 by Edward Russell

JetBlue’s “Even More” offers space and speed to passengers who are willing to spend a little more. Is the convenience and leg room worth it?

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A JetBlue Airbus A320 like this one was diverted to Amarillo after the Captain suffered a panic attack. (Photo by Kaz T)
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JetBlue Pilot Meltdown Ended by Choke Hold from Former Prison Guard: With Video and Audio

Posted March 27, 2012 by Matt Molnar

A JetBlue flight made an emergency landing on Tuesday when the captain suffered some kind of mental breakdown. No one was injured, thanks in part to the actions of David Gonzalez, who held the pilot in a choke hold until the plane landed safely.

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Emergency meeting at the UN about the situation in Syria brought some special visitors to JFK on Monday, including this IL-96 carrying the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov.
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Final Call

Final Call: Did Irish Government Try to Dump Aer Lingus on JetBlue?

Posted March 12, 2012 by Matt Molnar

Ireland denies that it tried to sell its Aer Lingus stock to JetBlue, a New Jersey gets caught with daggers in his carry-on, Airbus and European airlines are warning the EU over its emissions trading plan, and more…

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On This Day in Aviation History: February 14th

Posted February 14, 2012 by NYCAviation Staff

The crashes of Belvia Flight 1834 and Indian Airlines Flight 605, China’s Long March 3 rocket kills villagers in a launch accident, India receives its first Soviet-built fighters, the first GPS satellite launched and more.

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JetBlue Airbus A320 known as "Blue Sapphire" (N568JB). (Photo by Matt Molnar)
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Today in Aviation History: February 11th

Posted February 11, 2012 by NYCAviation Staff

The first African American flight attendant is hired, JetBlue begins operations, United completes Pan Am purchase, Pacific Western Airlines Flight 314 crashes and much more.

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Wally the Green Monster poses with JetBlue's new Red Sox ship, Airbus A320 tail number 605 (N605JB). (Photo by JetBlue)
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JetBlue Aims to Win Boston’s Heart With New Red Sox Plane [Photos]

Posted February 10, 2012 by Matt Molnar

As part of their ongoing push to win the hearts of Bostonians through sports marketing, JetBlue today unveiled an Airbus A320 painted to resemble a Boston Red Sox uniform.

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Hawaiian Airlines to Use JetBlue’s New York Terminal Through New Codeshare Partnership

Posted January 23, 2012 by Matt Molnar

Hawaiian Airlines and JetBlue Airways announced an extensive agreement today which includes codesharing, marketing, reciprocal loyalty rewards and co-location at JFK.

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JetBlue CEO David Barger on Bloomberg TV
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JetBlue CEO Says American Bankruptcy is Evolutionary, Travelers Need Education On Costs

Posted January 16, 2012 by Matt Molnar

In an interview broadcast on Bloomberg Television on Monday, JetBlue Airways CEO David Barger said the bankruptcy of AMR and potential consolidation of American Airlines into another carrier was an “evolution” that is “good for our industry.”

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A rare visitor to Brussels, an Ivory Coast Air Force Boeing 727-200 (TU-VAO
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Final Call

Final Call: American Airlines to Shutter Burbank Station, Iberia Pilots Set for Second Day of Strike

Posted January 10, 2012 by Matt Molnar

Burbank will soon see its last American Airlines service, Iberia pilots will leave hundreds of flights unmanned, safety concerns abound for airlines in India, and more…

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JetBlue and WestJet Reported Winners of LaGuardia and Reagan National Flight Slot Auctions

Posted November 23, 2011 by Edward Russell

Though unofficial until December 1st, JetBlue and WestJet appear to be the winners of an auction giving them rights to add flights at LaGuardia and Reagan National Airports. Edward Russell reports.

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