Former JetBlue employee Steve Slater will undergo a mental health evaluation in the United States with a view to a possible plea bargain. Mr Slater – who shot to fame last month following his dramatic exit from an aircraft – will be assessed for an alternative sentencing program, and could face community service or counselling instead of jail.
Police in the United States have arrested an airline steward after an argument with a passenger saw him flee an aircraft via the emergency slide. Steve Slater was arrested a short time after the bizarre incident.
JetBlue Airways Corporation (Nasdaq: JBLU) today reported its results for the fourth quarter and full year 2009:
Four of the US’s biggest airlines saw passenger numbers increase last month compared to November 2008. Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, Continental Airlines and Jet Blue Airways carried between them almost 20m passengers – up from 19.12 a year ago.
JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq: JBLU) this week relaunched TrueBlue, its customer loyalty program, unveiling a revamped program that is richer, more rewarding, and more flexible than ever.
JetBlue is really starting to get creative in using unique pricing to generate consumer buzz - the latest is $31 seats on Halloween.
With 32 nonstop destinations and 20 connecting cities to choose from, JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq: JBLU), Boston’s largest domestic carrier, today announces even more expansion of its daily service from Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS).
From today, Lufthansa customers can book the new codeshare flights with Lufthansa’s cooperation partner JetBlue. From 11 November 2009, the US carrier will be providing seamless onward connections, which can then also be booked under a Lufthansa flight number, via New York and Boston to a number of interesting destinations in the United States and Puerto Rico
JetBlue Airways has begun daily nonstop service to Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay (Mo-Bay), Jamaica, the island’s second largest city, from its home base at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.
New York, NY (August 6, 2003)—JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq: JBLU) today announced that Orlando International Airport, FL will be the location for its first flight training center and a new hangar for aircraft maintenance and LiveTV installation and maintenance. The new facilities, which will cover 150,000 square feet, and associated training equipment are expected to require a capital investment of up to $160 million and to create more than 150 jobs in Orlando.