JetBlue Rolls Out New Fares Including Basic Economy

JetBlue has introduced a lower-cost Blue Basic fare for price-sensitive travelers. While we’ve been skeptical about the long-term savings we’ll see from basic economy, the JetBlue offering is less restrictive than the competition—especially for those with a cobrand credit card or Mosaic elite status.

JetBlue to Start Flights to London

JetBlue has announced that it will commence flights to London in 2021. The new service is planned to launch with daily flights from New York (JFK) and Boston and will feature an updated Mint business-class cabin.

Amazon & JetBlue Effectively End Earning Partnership

JetBlue has announced in an email to its members that it is effectively ending its relationship with Amazon on March 27, 2018. Starting March 28, 2018, you’ll no longer be able to earn 3x miles on Amazon purchases, unless you complete your purchase onboard a JetBlue flight. Time to book a JetBlue flight to buy what you need on Amazon?

JetBlue Sets its Sights on Europe

It seems that JetBlue has set its sights on the lucrative transatlantic market! What is even more interesting is that the airline has not set its sights on competing with the low-cost carriers like Norwegian and WOW air, instead, they seem to be going after premium customers, with aircraft with a heavy Mint configuration.

JetBlue to Trial Facial Recognition for Boarding

Technology is making inroads into the way we move around airports. The latest airline to announce an innovative change is JetBlue, which announced that they will be testing a new paperless and device-less boarding process. The latest announcement comes hot on the heels of Delta announcing a similar test, and KLM announcing another scheme earlier in the year