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 Mother’s Day, we want to take a moment to acknowledge moms everywhere and encourage everyone to support them. For a few such moms, we showed our appreciation by hosting a “Fly Babies” flight, in which customers’ perceptions about babies onboard were turned upside-down, turning tears into cheers at 30,000 feet.
JetBlue customers come from different backgrounds and life experiences. A diverse workforce helps us to better understand and respond to their needs. By prioritizing equality and the mission to make all crewmembers feel valued, we’ve pushed ourselves to rethink how to best provide support to all crewmembers.
Both Raleigh and Durham celebrate acclaim as some of the tastiest towns in the South. From fried green tomatoes to bison burgers, discover the best of the area’s southern classics that award-winning chefs are cooking up.