The government announced Friday that four major airlines—Delta, American, Southwest and JetBlue—may have temporarily raised ticket prices to take advantage of the May Amtrak crash that left eight people dead and hundreds injured. http://gawker.com/amtrak-train-r...
JetBlue has offered up 32 routes to warmer climates for the record low price of $32. If you're looking for a last minute travel deal out of JFK in New York than you better #breaktheice while the iron is still hot. (UPDATE: They sold out already)
There are several things to love about jetBlue, but their charitable donation in the wake of the murder of two New York City Police might be the most awesome thing they have ever done. The airline is offering two tickets to every law enforcement agency in the country with people wanting to attend the two funerals.
A photographer named Timothy LaBranche recently had the inside of an Embraer 190 to himself, so he did what almost any aviation lover would do. He took a photo of himself sitting in the plane. Then he took 99 more — one in every seat.
Since entering the industry in 2000, jetBlue has gained a hugely loyal fan base by highlighting their much-beloved freebies like extra legroom, free bags, and blue potato chips. But now the airline has changed course, by announcing the reduction of legroom and introduction of bag fees.
It's a dark day for personal space bubbles everywhere: JetBlue is about to cram 15 more seats into its Airbus A320. What's more, after being one of the only remaining major airline holdouts, it's also finally caving in and tacking on baggage fees. Delightful.
I've been flying with JetBlue for a long time, watching as they morphed from a no-frills airline with the best in-seat entertainment, to hawking check-bag fees, extra leg room, and now their very own first class.
JetBlue has painted an Airbus A320 in a special paint scheme that is dedicated to those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Named "Vets In Blue" the 5 year-old A320, registered N775JB features a symbolic yellow ribbon on its tail, and "jetBlue salutes our veterans" on the aft fuselage.
It was Thursday morning that jetBlue flight 1416 from Long Beach to Austin had an emergency fifteen minutes into the flight and returned to its origin airport. All the while, passengers took photos and filmed videos of the incident. As with any other event, airlines are at the mercy of their passengers, when peril…
For as much as people love to complain about airline food, they really miss it when it is taken away. That's what is happening to American Airlines' First Class passengers, as the carrier has announced the end of hot meals on shorter domestic flights.
JetBlue is introducing a new binary-themed livery on N709JB, one of its Airbus A320 aircraft. Featuring a dark blue aft fuselage with zeroes and ones, and named "CONNECTED TO 01000010 01001100 01010101 01000101" — binary code that translates to: "Connected to BLUE."
Yesterday a Long Island man tried to board a JetBlue flight with a carry-on bag holding more than a dozen knives, a dozen lighters, five pairs of scissors, and, in case he got hungry, a large container of Utz pretzel pub mix.
We are always warned not to shine a laser at a plane as it's flying overhead. In case you didn't know why, it's because it's dangerous.
Saint Martin's Princess Juliana International Airport is about as close as you can get to landing/departing passenger aircraft without special security clearance. It makes for spectacular photos and videos, which encourages the kind of stupidity on display here.
The captain of JetBlue Flight 191 has been identified as Clayton Osbon and whatever the cause of his freakout it wasn't a lack of experience as Osbon isn't a new pilot. According to a recent article, Osbon is actually one of JetBlue's original airmen and is (or was) one the company's Flight Standards Captains.
Grant Heppes was en route to Las Vegas for a trade show on JetBlue Flight 191 today when the pilot of the aircraft had a mental breakdown, screaming about "Iran" and "Iraq" before being restrained by passengers
A JetBlue pilot is now in FBI custody after suffering some form of mental break down on a flight from New York to Las Vegas. The co-pilot allegedly kicked the pilot out of the cockpit and passengers tackled him.
This weekend's early-season snowstorm made life in the Northeast annoying for many, cutting power to millions and making travel treacherous. Among the most miserable were passengers on diverted jets stranded on the tarmac at a Connecticut airport.
We've all been on some pretty bad flights. But a JetBlue flight from Oregon to JFK yesterday, well, ew.
The shutdown of Los Angeles' Interstate 405 this weekend has led residents to dub the ensuing traffic nightmare "Carmegeddon." One option: JetBlue's $4 flights for the 37-mile trek from Long Beach to Burbank on Saturday. Betcha someone checks three bags.