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JetBlue Adding These New Routes

JetBlue announced today some changes that include adding new routes and discontinuing service to other routes that are “underperforming.” Let’s take a look at the schedule changes. JetBlue Adding These New Routes We’re excited to share that this reallocation of service will result in a new JetBlue city in Ecuador, new routes between current JetBlue…

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JetBlue Announces Basic Economy Added Next Year

JetBlue announced today that they will launch basic economy next year in hopes to gain customers who are looking for lowest fare options. “Customers who opt for this fare will agree to some limits, which might include things like boarding order, seating and change/cancelation flexibility, but we will not make them feel like second-class citizens.” JetBlue…

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Flight Review: JetBlue Mint New York (JFK) – San Francisco

In 2013, JetBlue introduced a business class product called Mint for their transcon routes that would shake up the transcon market.  JetBlue uses Airbus A321 planes with 16 business class seats that could turn into a fully flat bed. Four of the seats were private suites with a sliding door, the first for a US…

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JetBlue Mint Expands on Caribbean and Latin America Routes

JetBlue announced they’ll be expanding their Mint product to new Caribbean and Latin America routes, as the airline continues to expand JetBlue Mint on more routes with their A321 aircraft. Saturday Mint Schedule between Boston (BOS) and St. Lucia (UVF) begins November 3, 2018, with Saturday Mint Schedule between New York (JFK) and Liberia (LIR) beginning…

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JetBlue Airways Flight Attendants to Unionize, Will Onboard Service Change?

JetBlue Airways flight attendants voted to unionize as over 66% voted yes to be represented by the Transport Workers Union. The next step, will be a negotiation between the flight attendants and the airline on new work rules, pay, benefits and more. JetBlue Airways Flight Attendants to Unionize While it may be considered a win for…

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This Airline Lets You Request Specific Aircrafts for Your Flight

Ever wanted a specific aircraft on your route? Maybe it’s a plane you’ve flown before, one you’ve always to fly, or a specific livery, well at JetBlue Airways, apparently you’re able to reach out to the airline and request a specific aircraft, according to their Twitter team. However, it’s never a guarantee, but the airline…

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American Express 25% Transfer Bonus to JetBlue TrueBlue

American Express has launched a 25% transfer bonus through November 30, 2017 when transferring American Express Membership Rewards to JetBlue TrueBlue points. The airline offered a similar bonus back in May last year. JetBlue TrueBlue has long been a partner of American Express, so it’s nice to see them offer a transfer bonus again this year. Membership Rewards…

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No Flying Experience? Become a JetBlue Pilot

Have you always wanted to become a commercial airline pilot, but you don’t have any flying experience? With JetBlue’s Gateway Select program, you now can. However, it’s not a cheap program, as the airline states it costs roughly $125,000 for this 4 year program. Requirements for JetBlue’s Gateway Select program: Must be legally eligible to work in the United…

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JetBlue Airways Expands Mint Business Class Routes

JetBlue Airways has announced the expansion of their popular business class product, jetBlue Mint. Mint, found onboard their A321 aircrafts, will be added to several new routes including Boston (BOS) to Las Vegas (LAS); Boston (BOS) to Seattle (SEA); and New York (JFK) and Seattle (SEA), all starting in early 2018. Earlier this year, JetBlue already announced plans to launch…

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Will JetBlue Airways Start Transatlantic Flying?

JetBlue Airways has long been considering adding transatlantic flights, and it’s only a matter of time before they announce their plans. When you look at their aircraft on order, they’d be able to convert orders of the Airbus A321neo to A321LRs making them eligible for transatlantic flying. If someone should be worried, it should be Delta…

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