Archive for March 2010

March 27th, 2010

Keeping your luggage safe

It’s fair to say that once your luggage has been checked it remains under the safe watch of the airline in which you are traveling. It travels through its own security checkpoint and then under the belly of the plane. There is a window of time, however, when your bag is on the luggage carousel […]

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March 27th, 2010

Tuesday’s Travel Tips

Check back on Tuesday for the next stop on our BlueCity tour, Los Angeles!

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March 27th, 2010

TSA agent brings downside of body scanner to surface

In what may be heralded as the very reason why major human rights and religious groups have contested the use of the body scanners in airport security checkpoints, an airport security guard in London made an indecent remark about a woman traveler who accidentally walked through the scanner. The guard made an outlandish and sexually […]

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March 26th, 2010

Helping to bring the humanity back to air travel- one Customer at a time

Airports Crewmember Sandra Robertson, was the recipient of gratitude- of the published kind in the widely received Huffington Post- as BettyConfidential’s editor-in-chief, Myrna Blythis, wrote of her favorable experience with JetBlue. Myrna jetted with us from New York to Fort Lauderdale to her late brother’s home to handle related unfinished business and accidentally left some […]

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March 26th, 2010

Weekly airline news roundup- Spring Break edition!

Spring Break always like totally conjures up some chaos (as well as images of coeds in Cancun), and this week was no exception. A cocktail (of the explosive kind) was found onboard a Kingfisher flight in India this week with not a clue as to how it went undetected. Security in U.S. airports meanwhile is […]

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March 25th, 2010

Dan would Rather jet with us!

Network news guru Dan Rather jets with us to NYC after a visit to Louisiana. He shares with Crewmembers that while he was traveling on business, he was able to get some fishing in- though he wasn’t lucky enough to catch anything. Rather poses in the below with Airports Supervisor, Lou Ann, and Airport Operations […]

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March 24th, 2010

New TSA security measures put to the test by Spring Break

Spring Break travelers will see vamped up airport security for the first time since President Obama’s promise to increase safety after the Christmas Day bomber’s attempted terrorist attack. Use of body scanners, plastic explosives swabs and increased random testing by the TSA, longer lines are to be expected at security checkpoints.

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March 24th, 2010

Last day of Sample Sale- flights as low as $29!

Yesterday morning we launched a two-day sale giving Customers a chance to sample our service from many of our BlueCities for some amazing one-way prices. Visit us at jetblue.com to find out more and to take advantage of this special sale.

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March 24th, 2010

T5 wins big in Airport and Concessionaires Awards

We’re honored to receive top honors in four categories in Airport Revenue News’ (ARN) 2010 Best Airport & Concessionaire Awards in the Single Terminal Division for our state-of-the-art home base at New York’s Terminal 5 at JFK, including: ‘Terminal with the Best Concessions Program Design;’ ‘Terminal with the Most Unique Services;’ ‘Terminal with the Best […]

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March 24th, 2010

Huffing and puffing could blow the house down

The sun is shining and the birds are singing — why, then, are there flight delays and cancellations today? Pesky Northwesterly gusty winds in the New York area are causing flight delays and cancellations. The wind may not seem like an issue, but as you may know, it can be strong enough to move houses […]

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