• JetBlue to launch London flights from New York, Boston in 2021

    JetBlue will launch flights from New York and Boston to London in 2021 using long-range Airbus A321 jets, expected to sport private business class suites. Although the airline hasn't yet confirmed which London airport it will serve, its UK playbook will rely not only on the fuel-efficient Airbus...

    POSTED 10 Apr, 2019 20 Comments

  • JetBlue eyes launch of London flights on new long-range Airbus jets

    JetBlue pumped up speculation that it will announce plans to order long-range aircraft and start trans-Atlantic flights, inviting employees to a special event next month. The carrier said it would hold a "chat about JetBlue’s vision and strategy" on April 10, followed by a party in New Yor...

    POSTED 5 Mar, 2019 6 Comments

  • JetBlue teaches passengers about flight etiquette

    Whether it’s kicking the seat in front or listening to music in headphones that’s audible from several rows back, poorly behaved passengers are an all-too-common occurrence in the air. But US airline JetBlue is looking to change that by teaching travellers better manners though a ser...

    POSTED 17 Jul, 2015 22 Comments

  • Business class, redefined

    As the battle for the lucrative business travel market grows more intense – with the spoils of success, and the cost of failure, greater than ever before – airlines have decided that a lie-flat bed is no longer enough. From domestic business class cabins which wouldn't be out of plac...

    POSTED 16 Jul, 2014 14 Comments

  • Singapore Airlines boosts USA codeshares with Asiana, JetBlue

    Singapore Airlines is extending its reach into the United States through an expanded codeshare agreements with Star Alliance partner Asiana Airlines and US carrier JetBlue. The Asiana arrangement sees Singapore Airlines codesharing on Asiana flights between Seoul’s Incheon Airport and Hono...

    POSTED 2 Jun, 2014 0 Comments

  • Etihad partners with JetBlue for US flights

    Etihad Airways will partner with JetBlue on US domestic and selected international flights, as the Gulf airline continues to build out its own bespoke network and create what some observers already consider a fourth alliance alongside the established families of oneworld, Star Alliance and SkyTea...

    POSTED 23 Jan, 2014 2 Comments

  • Airport security: that'll be $150 for your background check

    Don't enjoy being frisked and groped, having to disgorge your bag hurriedly and be treated like a potential terrorist?  What if you could avoid it all by paying law enforcement authorities to compile a thorough background check on you for airport staff?  Given people shell out up to $...

    POSTED 11 Jul, 2011 0 Comments

  • Newest airline fee? Fast-track airport security

    Airlines have found yet another 'optional extra' to charge passengers for, but this one actually sounds like a smart deal -- especially for business travellers. Domestic US airline JetBlue's "Even More Speed" option lets you buy your way into the premium fast-track security lines at over a dozen...

    POSTED 27 Jun, 2011 7 Comments

  • In the USA? How to avoid checked bag fees in the land of the luggage charge

    If you're surprised by the amount of stuff that people bring with them on a plane in the USA, here's the reason why: on just about every airline, there's a charge to check even your first piece of hold luggage. No wonder US "road warriors" roll their trusty wheeled luggage down the aisle (and ov...

    POSTED 30 May, 2011 2 Comments

  • Strategic Airlines plans Australia-US flights

    Australia's Strategic Airlines could join Qantas, Jetstar and V Australia with flights to the United States as early as this September. Strategic Airlines, which has only had Australian airline certification since September 2009, has applied for IASC regulatory permission for unlimited flights t...

    POSTED 23 Apr, 2011 1 Comment

  • Emirates allies with JetBlue for single-ticket US travel

    Emirates and JetBlue have inked a deal allowing travellers to book a single ticket for journeys involving the two airlines, including single check-in and baggage transfer. The partnership means Australian travellers can now fly from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbaner and Perth to New York (via Dubai) ...

    POSTED 17 Nov, 2010 0 Comments

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