Though perhaps we weren’t the first airline to cancel flights in advance of the wintery blast that hit the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions this weekend, we were among the few airlines that tried to plan ahead. With only a handful of flights that were not pre-canceled, and lots of communication with our customers- even via Twitter- we were able to stay on top of the changes caused by the unavoidable weather. In addition, we waived change fees and fare differences for all Customers traveling in and out of the the affected BlueCities December 18-20. We hope all are warm!
Atlanta is a lot of things to a lot of people. It’s a hub of higher education institutions like Emory and Georgia Tech, among others. It’s a thriving hip-hop music scene that produced the likes of Outkast. It’s also one of America’s great sports cities. Still, Atlanta is best experienced not through games or songs or schools, but through its locally-owned businesses. Here are some favorites according to ATL contributors to Localeur.
We’re taking high-fashion way high—to 30,000 feet—to customers flying Mint, JetBlue’s refreshing take on premium travel. Starting in November 2016, JetBlue will introduce new custom-designed amenity kits from New York City-based Hayward and Hopper, returning classic Hollywood sophistication to air travel.
The JetBlue Live concert series touched down at Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU) in San Juan, Puerto Rico with an exclusive pop-up performance with popular Puerto Rican singer/songwriter and actor, Pedro Capo.