Withcompetitivefares, award-winning cus- tomer service and
inflight amenities like free
DIRECTV®, roomy leather seats
and lots of nonstop flights, JetBlue is an
excellent value for business travel pro-
grams and business travelers alike.
JetBlue revamped its loyalty program,
TrueBlue, in 2009, based on customer
feedback. The program gives customers
the ability to book any seat on any JetBlue-
operated flight, with no blackout dates and
points that never expire.
JetBlue launched TrueBlue Mosaic, an
enhancement to this program that re-
wards its most frequent fliers with even
more benefits, including Even More™
Speed (expedited security), a free second
checked bag, dedicated 24-hour customer
service line, bonus points and more.
JetBlue serves more than 75 cities with
750 daily flights. It recently launched
service to Charleston, SC, and plans to
launch service to Albuquerque, NM,
and Philadelphia, PA in 2013, as well as
Medellín, Colombia, subject to receipt
of government-operating authority. In
addition, JetBlue has over 22 airline partnerships that allow its clients to connect
seamlessly throughout the world.
The airline plans to expand Terminal 5 at
New York’s JFK Airport to include an international arrivals facility named T5i.
Construction began this summer with the
addition of 145,000 square feet on three
levels at Terminal 5; the airline aims to complete construction in early 2015. Plans for
Blue remains the largest domestic carrier
serving New York’s JFK.
JetBlue is also the largest carrier at
Boston Logan Airport, serving nearly
one-quarter of the airport’s customers.
As a target point of the airline’s corporate
cultivation, JetBlue is focused on building
the network to support being the carrier
of choice in Boston, working toward 150
departures a day. Starting in May, JetBlue
will launch five Boston-Philadelphia trips
daily, filling a significant industry-wide
capacity gap between these two major
business centers. On the West Coast, JetBlue is operating in a brand-new terminal
at Long Beach airport, which is a focus
city for the airline.
JetBlue is courting business travel
business—and it’s coming on strong.
Expansion of business gateways and
international interline agreements makes
JetBlue—now more than ever—the better choice for business travelers.
To learn more about partnering with
JetBlue, visit jetblue.com/corporate or
In 2012, JetBlue earned its 8th
consecutive J.D. Power and
Associates honor for highest
›› All JetBlue passengers check
their first bag free.
›› JetBlue offers the most
legroom in coach of any
3 Upgrading to
Even More Space seats now
includes expedited security
and early boarding.
›› Business travelers in eight of
JetBlue’s largest cities benefit
from the airline’s 2.0 mobile
›› Even More Speed security
fast-tracking available in 50+
›› JetBlue is on track to deliver
the airline industry’s first inflight broadband Wi-Fi service
in early 2013 with ViaSat.
›› As always, JetBlue offers its
award-winning, free inflight
entertainment: 36 channels of
Direc TV and more than 100 channels of SiriusXM satellite radio.
Combine this with JetBlue’s low
fares, modern terminals and its
TrueBlue loyalty program, and both
travelers and corporations immediately see the value of partnering
with this industry favorite airline.
1 Points don’t expire as long as you earn points
through flying JetBlue at least once in a
12-month period. Eligibility and timing are based
upon the date the TrueBlue points are credited
to your TrueBlue account.
2 Weight and size limits apply
3 Based on the average fleet-wide seat
pitch for U.S. airlines