We know that planning a vacation can be stressful for hard-working parents on top of all of their other responsibilities. So for some lucky families, we created Little Tickets, giving the youngest members of these families the chance to plan an exciting and fun vacation that didn’t break their piggy bank. Little Tickets was our way of recognizing parents’ hard work year round and wanting to reward it.
From now until September 6, JetBlue’s home Terminal 5 at New York’s JFK Airport will see on average 983 daily departing flights—and 1,003 flights during our highest peak travel days. Here are some sanity-saving tips to make traveling this summer a lot easier.
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How many times have you heard your pilot say something like, “It’s a little bumpy, so we’re going to leave the seat belt light on”?
Even new parents need to travel, but especially if your child is fussy, taking your baby on a plane may be a source of dread. Luckily, there a number of steps you can take to make the flight as smooth as possible for your child—and the customers around you. Here are a few tips to consider if this is your little one’s first flight.