Some of the JetBlue veterans may remember the dreaded row 27 from a few years ago. On the A320s, row 27 was the very last row. It was right in front of the lavs, it didn’t recline, and it had a slightly less amount of legroom. Customers complained enough that … Read the post
JetBlue’s brilliant idea was to go to college campuses and make students wear blue and yell “Go Blue” to win free plane tickets. Sounds like a … Read the post
Want to help AirTran decide where to fly? Well, click here and you can vote for your favorite city. I really hope this is just a lame promotion and not something that will actually influence their future planning. Then again, with JetBlue stepping in and stealing their markets before they … Read the post
JetBlue has been trying to fly to Chicago for a long time, but their inability to get gate space and slots at O’Hare meant they weren’t able to start flying unless they settled for another area airport (Midway, Gary). Clearly they were unwilling to do so, and they really stepped … Read the post
This is starting to become a regular event for JetBlue. Let AirTran announce new markets and then announce you’ll fly the same routes with an earlier start date.
I guess Delta figures that they’ve already done enough expansion at JFK for now so they’re refocusing out West. We saw the first round of that with the establishment of the mini-hub at LAX, and now it’s growing even more.
- LAX – Jacksonville (Florida) once daily starting Dec 15
Good news for JetBlue fans . . . the airline finally launched its new website overnight. Here are my thoughts on the good and bad:
- You can finally start the booking process from the home page as well as check in for your flight and check flight status.
Here is a rundown of some of the new flights announced in the last week or so. There’s nothing earth shattering here this week.
- JetBlue received government approval to start flying New York/JFK – Cancun, so they announced flights right away. Flights operate daily on A320s starting Nov 30.
Ok, maybe in this case, the correct term is “overweight,” but either way you look at it, you’ll have to leave those heavy bags at home from now on if you fly Continental.
Recently, most US airlines standardized their baggage rules to allow bags up to 50 lbs for free, … Read the post