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The Airbus A321neo cockpit is nearly identical to its predecessor offering interchangeability across JetBlue's Airbus A320 family fleet. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Tom Pallini)

How JetBlue is Continuing its Commitment to ‘Safety from the Ground Up’ Initiative

As airlines around the world continue to ensure passengers feel safe aboard their aircraft amid this global pandemic, JetBlue has extended its commitment to distancing passengers, by blocking the middle seat in rows where passengers are not traveling together as one party, through the July 4 holiday.  The airline’s policy is a small, integral part of the multi-layered “Safety from the Ground Up” initiative that focuses on four key components within the airline: healthy crewmembers, clean air and surfaces, more…

Airbus Reaches A220 Milestone With New U.S. Production Facility

Airbus’ U.S. production capabilities have begun a new chapter following the inauguration of the newly completed 270,000-square-foot hangar designed to host the final assembly line of the A220 commercial aircraft. This facility, situated in Mobile, Alabama consists of five primary assembly areas where the different components of the airframe will…

JetBlue To Require Masks for All Onboard

As airlines continue to fight against the ongoing COVID-19 situation, JetBlue is taking safety to the next level as the airline will now start to require that all passengers and crew wear facemasks when around fellow passengers and crew. This includes check-in and anytime an individual is boarding, on or…

Airline Tycoon David Neeleman Talks Breeze Airways Start-Up

This Friday, the world finally met the U.S.'s newest airline: Breeze Airways. Known as Moxy during the developing phases of the project, the airline is headed by no less than David Neeleman, the world-famous airline entrepreneur, founder of Morris Air, WestJet, JetBlue and Azul. AirlineGeeks had the chance to catch…

JetBlue to Become First Carbon-Neutral U.S. Airline

New York-based JetBlue Airways has said that it will become the first, large U.S. airline to offset its emissions from all domestic flights in a move to become completely carbon neutral. “This is part of a long-term commitment we and the industry have to have to reflect the climate reality…

Brazilian Government Eyes Invitation to JetBlue, Ryanair to Fly in…

Local media reported that the Brazilian government could approach JetBlue, Ryanair, and other low-cost airlines during the forum of leaders of the Latin American and Caribbean Association of Air Transport to convince them to fly in the domestic market in Brazil in an attempt to reduce airfare in the country.…

JetBlue Announces Service to Guyana From New York

New York-based JetBlue has announced that it will be expanding its Latin America and Caribbean profile by commencing daily service to Guyana next year. The non-stop service from New York-JFK to Georgetown, Guyana's capital, will be operated with JetBlue's new Airbus A321neo aircraft. At just over five hours flight time…

JetBlue Commences Airbus A321neo Flights

JetBlue has begun commercial flights with their brand new Airbus A321neo aircraft, as reported by Flightradar24. The aircraft's first flight departed New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport on Tuesday morning, arriving in Orlando after a two hour flight. The airline originally planned to debut the aircraft on September 24,…

JetBlue Names First A321neo After Founder

After a quick transatlantic hop from Hamburg, JetBlue’s first Airbus A321neo touched down at New York’s JFK airport on June 29. Since then, the aircraft has been preparing for its entry into service in Lake City, Flo. where the interior is being fitted as well. N2002J is nearing its final…

JetBlue Names First A321neo After Founder

After a quick transatlantic hop from Hamburg, JetBlue’s first Airbus A321neo touched down at New York’s JFK airport on June 29. Since then, the aircraft has been preparing for its entry into service in Lake City, Flo. where the interior is being fitted as well. N2002J is nearing its final…