As told by an Inflight Crewmember: I was working the red-eye flight from SEA to JFK back a couple of years ago. The boarding process went as usual and we departed on time to JFK. Shortly into the flight a Customer rang the call button. I went to see what they needed and they pointed
Month: June 2010
Welcome to a brand-spanking-new column on our BlueTales Blog, You Can’t Make This Shtick Up, where we’ll share behind-the-scene tales of the quirky and unusual in the air and on the ground. Being in the business of moving lots of people around means we get to see and hear a lot of fun things. We’ll
Started in 1925, Aviation High School is the largest public aviation school in the nation with 150 teachers and more than 2,000 students. The school moved to its current location in Long Island City (LIC) in 1957 and offers an aviation maintenance technology program allowing students to earn FAA airframe and powerplant certification. Many JetBlue
Our CEO, Dave Barger, is on a whirlwind tour of all our 61 BlueCities during this special 10th anniversary year, and this week he visited our three on the West Coast of Florida, Tampa Bay, Sarasota, and Fort Meyers (RSW, SRQ and TPA). The St. Petersburg Times ran a great profile piece on us.