JetBlue is the sixth largest airline in the United States, serving more than 100 destinations throughout the Americas. The carrier - which first took to the skies in 2000 - employs 20,000 crewmembers, flies more than 270 aircraft and operates six focus cities in New York, Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Los Angeles and San Juan. JetBlue is set to launch service between its two northeast focus cities and London aboard its new Airbus A321LR aircraft later this year marking the airline’s first-ever transatlantic service. Additionally, JetBlue has more than a dozen A321XLR aircraft on order which it intends to operate between the U.S. and additional European destinations in the coming years.
Known in the U.S. for having the most legroom in coach (b), live television and on-demand entertainment on every seatback, free Fly-Fi broadband internet (c), complimentary snacks and soft drinks, and great customer service, JetBlue’s entrance into the transatlantic market introduces a new era of customer-focused, low-fare travel for leisure and business travellers.
The airline’s Mint® premium experience - which first disrupted transcontinental travel in the U.S. and has been completely reimagined for transatlantic flying - promises to offer customers a fresh choice when flying between the U.S. and the U.K. JetBlue Mint features 24 fully lie-flat suites - including two Mint studios - all offering exceptional comfort, a carefully curated dining experience and much more.
JetBlue’s industry-leading core experience has also been reinvented for crossing the pond and will offer a new level of service to customers who want a great experience at a low fare. All of the comforts JetBlue customers have come to expect will be enhanced by the recently announced partnership with Dig to bring its signature build-your-own dining concept to tray tables at 35,000 feet - JetBlue’s first complimentary meal in core. With just 114 core seats, core customers will enjoy a boutique-style experience no matter where they sit.
JetBlue’s TrueBlue loyalty program rewards all customers, regardless of their travel frequency. With TrueBlue, there are no blackout dates with all JetBlue seats available for redemption, and points never expire. TrueBlue points are earned by purchasing qualifying services or products of JetBlue or a TrueBlue partner and via spend on the JetBlue Mastercard. Members earn points for every dollar spent on the base fare for JetBlue-operated flights and bonus points by booking directly on jetblue.com, depending on the fare option selected. Additional information about TrueBlue and how to register for the program can be found at jetblue.com/trueblue.
In 2020, JetBlue became the first major U.S. airline to achieve carbon neutrality for all domestic flights, and later announced its commitment to net-zero carbon emissions by 2040.
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