JetPride took to the skies in pride! JetBlue Flight #1969 (in honor of the year when the Stonewall Riots sparked the legitimacy of gay rights movement) departed San Francisco at noon on Friday, landing in Long Beach, California a little after two. Celebratory Customers and assorted others jetted in style- and with pride- to participate
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You can still be a part of the movement with the first-ever US flight honoring LGBT pride. JetPride will depart from San Francisco on Friday, May 14 and make its way down- with lots of fun entertainment and giveaways on route- to Long Beach for pride festivities there. Don’t miss out- after all, how often
Join us as we celebrate the movement with what we believe to be the first-ever pride flight by a US airline! Ride with pride as we team up with Joie de Vivre Hotels and myPartner.com to offer Bay Area travelers the most fabulous way to travel to Long Beach Lesbian & Gay Pride: JetPRIDE, an
Supporting Stonewall 2019 is a big year for Pride. June 28th marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, the starting point of the modern U.S. LGBTQ+ rights movement. Much of the progress made in the legal, social and cultural acceptance and inclusion of LGBTQ+ people in the last five decades can be traced directly back
Now that Pride Month has come to a close, we are reflecting on how we celebrated the LGBTQ+ community throughout the month of June, and how we plan to continue supporting the community every day of the year.
Friend-of-JetBlue and air hostess extraordinaire Pam Ann is landing in New York in early June with a string of shows at Joe’s Pub sure to set audiences afire. Get your tickets today! The outrageously funny Australian talent — who last year served as head purser of our JetPride flight — will be taking off nightly