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JetBlue Bans Passenger Who Tested Positive For Coronavirus

A JetBlue flight on Wednesday made headlines, as a passenger onboard tested positive for coronavirus. The situation took place on JetBlue flight 253 from New York JFK to West Palm Beach, which landed around 8:30PM. The passenger wasn't feeling well and…

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Why You (Probably) Shouldn’t Buy JetBlue Points

JetBlue TrueBlue has just rolled out a promotion on purchased points. I want to share the details of it, though also want to note that it's almost never a good deal. Through March 20, 2020, JetBlue TrueBlue is offering up to a 40% discount on the purchase…

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Mystery: Who Is “Felipe” At JetBlue?

Readers often share negative situations they have with airlines and ask for advice. My take on these situations usually falls into one of three categories: The customer is right and airline is off base In an ideal world the customer would be right, but…

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JetBlue Increases Checked Bag Fees (Again)

JetBlue is not only following competitors when it comes to negative changes, like the recent introduction of basic economy, but they're also leading the way when it comes to checked bag fees. In August 2018, JetBlue raised checked bag fees by $5: The…

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JetBlue Reduces Delay Compensation

In the US we don't have especially robust consumer protection laws when it comes to airlines. For example, in Europe you have EU261, where airlines have to pay passengers up to 600EUR in cash compensation for flight delays. In the US there are no circumstances…

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Wow: Norwegian Hires Former JetBlue Executive

A lot has been going on at Norwegian lately, as the company shifts their focus from growth to profitability. Just a couple of weeks ago the company announced their pick for new CEO, who comes from outside the industry. He's replacing Norwegian's founder,…

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JetBlue Introduces Basic Economy Fares

JetBlue has today announced that they're revamping their fare structure, with the introduction of Blue Basic fares, along with newly rebranded Blue Extra fares. JetBlue is essentially "catching up" with the competition here in introducing more fare types.…

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Transfer Amex Points To JetBlue With 25% Bonus

The latest transfer bonus has just been announced for the Amex Membership Rewards program. The US American Express Membership Rewards program is offering a 25% bonus when you transfer points to JetBlue TrueBlue through December 21, 2019. Ordinarily points…

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JetBlue Cancels All Flights To Mexico City

Mexico City is a market that on the surface you'd think airlines would do well in. Mexico City has a massive population, it's becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination, and it has a fair amount of business demand. Unfortunately for some US…

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Transfer Citi Points To JetBlue With 25% Bonus

The latest transfer bonus has just been announced for the Citi ThankYou program. The Citi ThankYou program is offering a 25% bonus when you transfer points to JetBlue TrueBlue through October 19, 2019. With Citi ThankYou, the transfer ratio to JetBlue…

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New JetBlue “Just Alright Doesn’t Fly Here” Ads

JetBlue has just launched their newest ad campaign, called "Just Alright Doesn't Fly Here." As you might expect based on the name, the premise is that the airline is taking a stand against mediocrity in air travel and reminding travelers that they don't…

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JetBlue & Lyft Partnership Ending

Over the past few years we've seen some crossover partnerships in the travel industry. For example, we've seen more partnerships between airlines, hotels, and ride sharing services. One of those partnerships has been between JetBlue and Lyft. In November…

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The 6 Best Domestic Business & First Class Flights

On this blog I often provide airline rankings based on international flight experiences. However, sometimes it's fun to look at some of the best offerings that are closer to home, including the best domestic first class and best domestic business class…

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JetBlue Suing Walmart Over Jetblack Name

Well here's an interesting lawsuit. JetBlue is suing Walmart over trademark infringement. This lawsuit is in regards to Walmart's text-based personal shopping service, Jetblack, which was launched in May 2018. I wasn't familiar with this service prior…

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JetBlue Goes Long Haul With A321XLR Order

JetBlue has just become the third US carrier, after Frontier and American, to order the A321LR, which was just launched at the Paris Air Show this week. JetBlue's acquisition of A321XLRs isn't coming in the form of a new order. Rather JetBlue has converted…

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JetBlue Drops Coke In Favor Of Pepsi

JetBlue is making some changes to their inflight catering that might make some people pretty angry. The topic of Coke vs. Pepsi can be pretty divisive. There are those who prefer Coke products, and those who have bad taste (I'm kidding... I'm kidding...…

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