Over the weekend, the fifth Wings for Autism took place at Logan airport. The event began in May 2011, and our airline hasn’t missed one opportunity to get involved in this unique program. Each year, we partner with Massport, TSA, and other airlines to practice the airport experience with families of autistic children. From checking
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Our Wings for Autism event took place in Boston last Saturday, when we helped numerous families practice the travel experience from start to finish. This is our fourth time partnering with Massport, the TSA, and the Charles River Foundation to support this unique opportunity for children with autism and their families. More than 175 people
On Saturday, our third Wings for Autism event took place at our Boston station and close to 500 participants turned out. For many families, this was the first time they stepped inside an airport—let alone board a plane—since welcoming an autistic child into their family; that meant 15 or more years for some people. Since
More than 400 people turned out for our second Wings for Autism event at our Boston station this past Saturday. For many families, this was the first time they stepped inside an airport, let alone onboard a plane (which meant 10 years for some people). The idea behind Wings for Autism was to create a
As Boston’s largest carrier and a company known for its caring Crewmembers, we were the obvious choice when Massport was looking for an airline partner for a special community service event it was planning. On Saturday, May 14, we participated in Massport’s first ever “Wings for Autism Day” supporting the Charles River Center for Autistic
Throughout November, JetBlue is continuing its mission of inspiring humanity with JetBlue For Good Month, a celebration of kindness and good deeds. Throughout the month, we’ll be sharing stories from our crewmembers and community partners who have gone above and beyond to make a difference in their communities. Today, we’re featuring JetBlue Airport Operations Supervisor Donnie Todd.