Jetblue began in February 1999, when founder David Neeleman announced his plans for a new airline. They took delivery of their first Airbus A320 in December of their first year and by December of 2000, they flew their one millionth customer. Today, Jetblue has 51 nonstop flights and announces more flights to Latin American and the Caribbean.
JetBlue values their customers and has a Customer Bill of Rights. JetBlue is dedicated making their customers flying experience enjoyable and trouble-free. They will notify customers of delays, cancellations and diversions. If your jetBlue flight is cancelled, they will offer a refund or a re-accommodation on the next available flight at no additional charge or fare.
What makes JetBlue's unique?
JetBlue recently became the first airlines to accept Apple Pay in the sky. They offer Fly-Fi, a true broadband internet connection in the sky on select flights. Customers can also use their True Blue rewards card for points and exclusive vacation deals.