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JetBlue Airways History
JetBlue Airways popped up in the late 1990s during a time when many other low-cost airlines of the same variety were taking the public sphere by storm. JetBlue is one such airline, offering customers reduced fares on routes to major economic hubs in the United States and to holiday destinations in and near the country.
JetBlue Airways operates a fleet of 192 aircraft flying to 84 destinations. The company is headquartered in New York and has its hubs at John F. Kennedy International Airport. Some of its other main cities include Boston, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando.
Why fly JetBlue Airways?
JetBlue Airways is an American low-cost airline that offers halved prices without dropping some of the more attractive perks of traditional airlines; such as a loyalty program.
JetBlue Airways’s frequent flyer program is called TrueBlue. This program does not follow the same architecture as other loyalty programs. The new trend is to give the bulk miles to those who make purchases with partner credit cards, but mainly rewarding those making purchases of JetBlue flights and merchandise. Clients accumulate points, which never expire. These points can in turn be redeemed for free flight tickets.
JetBlue Airways Flight Destinations
JetBlue Airways is a dominant carrier in the US Northeast. It flies to many locations in the immediate region, and elsewhere in the US. In addition, the airline has seasonal and regular flights to the following countries: Colombia, Mexico, Sint Maarten, Puerto Rico, The Bahamas, Bermuda, Aruba, Barbados, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic.
JetBlue Airways is not a part of any alliance. However, it has many codeshare agreements with various airlines, including but not limited to Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, Jet Airways, Aer Lingus, Japan Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, LOT Polish, Emirates, Hawaiian Airlines, American Airlines and others.
On Board JetBlue Airways
JetBlue Airways has a high-density economy cabin that is meant to cleave maximum profit from each flight. However, JetBlue Airways does not go to absurd lengths like competitor airlines such as Spirit. Instead, the airline finds a good balance between bare-minimum and bare-minimum-luxury. Each economy class seat has its own screen with 25 channels of live TV. Complimentary snacks and beverages are offered, and additional food, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages are available for purchase.
JetBlue calls its premium economy class “Even More Space” seats, and one gets just that—more room.
Business Class Flights
The business class aboard JetBlue Airways flights is called “Mint”. These seats are fully reclining and offer addition space, on-demand entertainment and dividers for additional privacy. Every plane has 4 Mint suites for those who wish to have maximum privacy. Each has a dedicated door and feels an awful lot like a space pod. All classes will have the option of purchasing Wi-Fi time in 2013.
JetBlue Airways Lounges
JetBlue Airways does not operate any lounges, and nor are they a part of alliances through which one might otherwise have access to lounges. Instead, their website offers information about each airport, including whether or not Wi-Fi is available.
JetBlue Airways has their website at www.jetblue.com. There, one can book a flight, check on the flight status, read up on the fleet and amenities offered aboard each flight. See special reports and travel information, etc. The website is also where TrueBlue members can manage their accounts. Customers of JetBlue Airways should periodically check back on the website in order not to miss the special deals that they offer on their homepage.
Cheap JetBlue Flights & Online Bookings
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