Our CEO, Dave Barger sat down with Airline Business for an in-depth interview that traversed the landscape of our airline at the 10-year mark, from the changes that our business model has undergone, to potential capacity, destination and fleet expansion to come. Dave emphasized that we’ve earned our right to fly into the second decade and will similarly have to earn our right to enter into new markets. “Innovation has got to be a part of our DNA,” he said. Dave also described our interlining with other airlines as “open architecture,” and that it will remain important to preserve our model of sustainable growth.
This past weekend, more than 500 JetBlue crewmembers and friends danced their way down 5th Avenue in the 46th annual New York City Pride March.
Starting on October 31, 2016, we’re making it a whole lot easier to fly between New York and Boston by offering up to six daily round trips between New York’s LaGuardia Airport and Boston’s Logan International Airport.
Think Seattle’s all rainy weather and coffee shops? You’re not totally wrong – it’s got plenty of both those things – but the Emerald City is also so much more. And dreary or sunny, morning, noon or night, we’ve got some locally approved destinations that are perfect for your upcoming trip.