As we kick off 2020 and prepare to celebrate our 20th anniversary next month, we’ve got some exciting changes in the air, including a new Central American destination and more flights in some of our most popular markets, as well some adjustments to our Caribbean and West Coast routes. From one City to another.
We are excited to announce that beginning July 2020, we will offset carbon dioxide (CO2) emission from jet fuel for all domestic JetBlue flights. We are proud to be the first major U.S. airline to take this important step towards reducing our contribution to the climate crisis. We also plan to start flying with
Looks like the hottest spot in town to binge-watch, meditate and catch up on news and podcasts is actually at 35,000 feet! We are excited to announce a number of new partnerships on board that will allow us to offer an enhanced inflight entertainment (IFE) experience. “Almost 20 years after disrupting the industry with free
We’re excited to announce that our newest aircraft, the Airbus A321neo, is ready for takeoff! The plane is named after our founder, David Neeleman. Our new A321neo boasts an Airbus-load of new features for you to enjoy on board! From the widest available seats and redesigned seatback pockets, to an enhanced boarding experience, we’ve
In preparation for Hurricane Dorian, we have cancelled approximately 680 flights through Friday, September 6, 2019, and our customer support team is working to assist affected customers with rescheduling of flights or refunds. For existing customers with scheduled flights through cities affected by the projected path of the storm, JetBlue continues to waive change fees
UPDATE (9/25/2019): (Scroll down to see original story) We are excited to announce that we have officially welcomed the A321neo into service! Flight 1 took off from our hometown of New York (JFK), and made its way to Fort Lauderdale (FLL). The NEO’s extended range and fuel efficiency will enable us to offer new and
Supporting Stonewall 2019 is a big year for Pride. June 28th marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, the starting point of the modern U.S. LGBTQ+ rights movement. Much of the progress made in the legal, social and cultural acceptance and inclusion of LGBTQ+ people in the last five decades can be traced directly back