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- 1. Hawaiian Airlines Partners New York’s JetBlue
Hawaiian Airlines and New York’s JetBlue Airways have entered into a partnership agreement that will make it easy for travelers up and down the East Coast to enjoy the Hawaii travel experience. Mark Dunkerley, president and CEO of Hawaiian Airlines, and Dave Barger, president and CEO of JetBlue, signed the agreement at JetBlue’s Terminal 5 at John F. Kennedy International Airport a
- 2. JetBlue Signs Deal to be Launch Customer of Airspace by Airbus Cabin on A320 Family Aircraft
JetBlue has been unveiled as the launch customer of the Airspace by Airbus cabin on A320 Family aircraft. JetBlue customers will experience this newest A320 Family cabin aboard JetBlue aircraft starting in late 2020.
- 3. Emirates Partners JetBlue Airways
Emirates Partners JetBlue Airways. Emirates, the Dubai-based international carrier and JetBlue Airways have launched an interline agreement that offers travellers seamless connections to cities across the United States via New York’s John F. Kennedy (JFK) International Airport. Under the new agreement, customers can purchase joint Emirates-JetBlue itineraries and then be be issued
- 4. JetBlue Finalises Order for 40 A320neo
JetBlue Airways has finalized a firm order for 40 A320neo (new engine option) aircraft. With this contract, JetBlue also converts 30 of its pre-existing orders for A320s to the larger A321 model with enhanced wingtip devices called Sharklets. In total JetBlue currently has on order 40 A320neo aircraft, 30 A321s and 22 A320s. The airline has not yet unveiled its engine selection for
- 5. New York’s JetBlue to Codeshare with Etihad Airways
New York’s JetBlue Airways and Etihad Airways have unveiled plans to codeshare. The agreement, which is subject to government approval, will see Etihad Airways place its EY code on JetBlue-operated flights, initially facilitating connections between the two airlines at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Washington’s Dulles International Airport (IAD).
- 6. JetBlue Enhances JFK’s T5 Services with Automated Passport Control Kiosks
More than 40 new automated passport control (APC) kiosks went live on Wednesday at JetBlue’s new international arrivals hall extension at Terminal 5 (T5) at JFK International Airport. The kiosks provided by SITA allow international arriving passengers to move through the customs and immigration process more quickly and smoothly. They are part of JetBlue’s investment into its new ar
- 7. JetBlue Signs MOU for 60 Airbus A220-300s
JetBlue has become the first customer of the newly-rebranded Airbus A220 aircraft, signing a Memorandum of Understanding for 60 of the larger A220-300 model. In addition, the airline converted 25 of its current orders for Airbus A320neo aircraft into orders for the larger A321neo. JetBlue’s A321neos and A220s will be powered by Pratt & Whitney GTF engines.
- 8. JAL and JetBlue Expand Codeshare Cooperation
Japan Airlines (JAL) and JetBlue Airways have agreed to further expand their codeshare cooperation starting 30 March 2014, resulting in an increase in the number of JAL codeshare flights available on U.S. domestic routes operated by JetBlue. Sales and reservations for the newest codeshare flights will be available from 25 March 2014. JAL will launch a double daily service on its T
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