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JetBlue to launch fast free in-flight Wi-Fi in 2013

The airline carrier thinks offering fast Wi-Fi is a game changer for customers, so it's about to begin offering the speedy ViaSat service that will be free for an initial trial period.

By September 17, 2012


JetBlue bolter slides into Mile High Text Club role

Steven Slater, the JetBlue flight attendant who quit by leaving the plane via the emergency slide, is to become the spokesman for the Mile High Text Club.

By November 15, 2010


If JetBlue's reading this, guys, it's time to grok the blogosphere

One PR expert knew how to use the Internet to fight back, and he's not the exception. We're long past the era when companies could screw over their customers without risking public humiliation.

By August 7, 2008


Smooth landing in wacky JetBlue job-quit affair?

Steven Slater, a JetBlue flight attendant who quit his job by jumping off a plane's emergency slide with a beer in hand, has become an Internet hero. How did JetBlue handle it?

By August 11, 2010


JetBlue promo takes off on travel app GateGuru

In an experimental look into the possibilities of travel ads on location-based mobile apps, the most prolific GateGuru user each month for the next three months will get a free round-trip ticket from JetBlue.

By June 2, 2010


Reporters on a plane: JetBlue's inaugural 'e-mail flight'

The first of several updates from the 'BetaBlue' test flight, equipped with Yahoo and BlackBerry e-mail and instant messaging.

By December 11, 2007


Some turbulence for JetBlue's in-flight e-mail

On board the inaugural, Wi-Fi-equipped "BetaBlue" flight, the system doesn't always work perfectly, but on the flip side, there's an easy workaround that can give you access to other Yahoo mobile features.

By December 11, 2007


JetBlue adds more e-mail options to in-flight Wi-Fi

Airline passengers who use Gmail, Hotmail, or Exchange, among others, will now be able to access their e-mail onboard too. Another added feature? Shopping on Amazon.

By June 4, 2008


Biofuel gets lift from Honeywell, Airbus, JetBlue

Group plans to study ways to make commercial aviation fuels out of plants including algae, rather than food sources such as corn and soy.

By May 15, 2008


JetBlue to start testing in-flight e-mail, IM next week

The low-cost carrier will be the first domestic airline to offer a wireless service on board when it tests out Yahoo e-mail and IM, as well as BlackBerry access, next Tuesday.

By December 6, 2007