Every airline will eventually get you to your destination, but few airlines are interested in hearing about your trip once you leave the airport. JetBlue is one of those few, recently launching their SoFly (short for Social Fly) program. SoFly invites passengers to share every aspect of their trip, from planning to in-flight to destination. [...]
JetBlue celebrated a milestone in the expansion of their flagship T5 terminal at JFK airport Monday morning with the “Topping Out” of the structure. The event marked the placement of the final steel beam of the T5i building, which is adding new gates and international arrivals facilities for the airline. Among other efficiencies, the carrier [...]
JetBlue on Thursday announced that it would launch daily service to Martha’s Vineyard from New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) for the summer 2011 season.
Passengers were shocked to see the real estate mogul aboard a jetBlue flight from New York to Palm Beach on Monday.
JetBlue experienced their first emergency slide deployment since the Steven Slater affair when one of their A320s blew a tire while landing at Sacramento International Airport early Thursday afternoon.
Nevermind that little curse-filled tantrum where he said he was quitting and literally jumped out of his plane: Steven Slater says he would like to return to his job at jetBlue. Do you think they should welcome him back, or will he be forced to find another gig?
The folks at Taiwan’s NextMedia, who have previously given Tiger Woods and Lindsay Lohan the cartoon treatment, today animated America’s newest hero, Steven Slater.
A jetBlue flight attendant has been arrested after fighting with a passenger and jumping out of his plane via an emergency slide in New York, but not before cursing out the entire plane on the PA and grabbing two beers out of the galley.
In the midst of a 5.3% industry-wide decline in passengers, Southwest Airlines retained its crown as the nation’s biggest carrier in 2009. American finished second overall while carrying the most international passengers.