JetBlue Supersizes “SuperFly” Web Sale

JetBlue Airways [Nasdaq: JBLU] has extended the purchase by date for its first “SuperFly” web fare sale to September 4. The low-fare airline has put every nonstop route, plus some connecting service, on sale at fares starting between $19* and $119* each way when booked at
The SuperFly web sale includes JetBlue`s new service from LA/Long Beach, CA to Las Vegas, NV, starting at $19* each way; to Oakland, CA from $29* each way; and to Salt Lake City, UT from $49* each way. From New York/JFK, JetBlue is offering sale fares to five cities in Florida starting between $59* and $69* each way, and to six cities in the west, starting between $99* and $119* each way. From Washington, DC/Dulles, sale fares to Fort Lauderdale, FL, start at $59* each way and to either LA/Long Beach or Oakland, CA from just $99* each way. From Upstate New York and Burlington, VT, sale fares to Florida start at just $69* each way.

These sale fares must be purchased at by September 4 and are available for travel between September 4 and November 5, 2002. All SuperFly sale fares require a seven-day advance purchase. Customers should book early as seats are limited and may not be available on all flights. For an additional $5 each way, the sale fares can also be booked by calling 1-800-JETBLUE.
JetBlue is a low-fare, low-cost passenger airline which provides high-quality customer service. Since launching operations in February 2000, the airline has served more than seven million passengers. JetBlue operates a fleet of 28 new Airbus A320 aircraft and is scheduled to take delivery of another eight new A320s by the end of 2002. All JetBlue aircraft are outfitted with roomy all-leather seats each equipped with free live satellite television, offering up to 24 channels of DIRECTV® Programming at every seat.**

From its base at New York City`s John F. Kennedy International Airport, JetBlue flies to: Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Orlando, Tampa and West Palm Beach, FL; Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse, NY; Long Beach, Oakland and Ontario, CA; Burlington, VT; Denver, CO; New Orleans, LA; San Juan, PR; Salt Lake City, UT; and Seattle, WA. From Washington, DC, the airline serves Fort Lauderdale, FL, and Long Beach and Oakland, CA.
Commencing September 6, from its west coast base at Long Beach, near Los Angeles, JetBlue plans to serve Oakland, in the San Francisco Bay area, with nine flights a day. In addition, from Long Beach beginning October 10, the airline plans to add six flights a day to Las Vegas, a daily flight to Salt Lake City and a fifth daily flight to JFK. JetBlue recently launched TrueBlue, a customer loyalty program through which frequent fliers earn points toward free flights. All points are automatically doubled when TrueBlue members book via through December 31, 2002. A free round-trip flight is awarded once a member earns 100 points. For more information about TrueBlue, log on to

In February, JetBlue won Air Transport World magazine`s 2002 “Market Development Award,” for its successful first two years of service, and also was named Best Overall Airline by Onboard Services magazine. Last year, the airline ranked first in Conde Nast Traveler`s 2001 Business Travel Awards, second in the Best Domestic Airline category in the magazine`s 14th Annual Readers` Choice Awards, and number two Best Domestic Airline in the 2001 Zagat Airline Survey.

With JetBlue, all seats are assigned, all travel is ticketless, all fares are one-way, and a Saturday night stay is never required. The airline is offering $5 each way off all fares booked through its web site,, through September 30. For more information, schedules and fares, please visit or call JetBlue reservations at 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583).