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Four Airlines May Have Raised Prices to Take Advantage of Amtrak Crash 

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... » 7/25/15 11:08am Saturday 11:08am

JetBlue Is Offering To Fly Law Enforcement To NYPD Funerals For Free

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. » 12/24/14 11:55pm 12/24/14 11:55pm

JetBlue Is Putting A Squeeze On Your Wallet And Your Legroom

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. » 11/23/14 12:31pm 11/23/14 12:31pm

JetBlue Dedicates Special Livery To Armed Forces Veterans

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. » 11/10/14 11:38am 11/10/14 11:38am

Embrace Of Technology Can Also Be An Airline's PR Nightmare

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… » 9/21/14 12:00pm 9/21/14 12:00pm

Pilot Who Lost It On Flight 191 Was One Of JetBlue's Oldest

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. » 3/27/12 8:28pm 3/27/12 8:28pm