The historic New England summer colony will be JetBlue Airways’ 66th destination. The carrier will operate its daily JFK-Martha’s Vineyard round-trips with 100-seat Embraer 190s.

Read more

Customers will be able to purchase joint Emirates-JetBlue Airways itineraries via the GDS, online travel agencies, and by calling Emirates’ reservations. Joint fares will be available at www.emirates.com.

Read more

JetBlue Airways has launched service at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport with seven daily nonstop flights to Boston Logan International Airport and one daily nonstop flight each to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Orlando International Airport.

Read more

Continental Airlines will begin nonstop flights between its New York hub at Newark Liberty International Airport and Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands on February 18, 2011, subject to government approval.

Read more

etBlue Airways is adding Anchorage, Alaska as the 65th destination in its network with the launch of seasonal daily service from Los Angeles-area Long Beach Airport to Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport on May 26, 2011.

Read more

JetBlue Airways has turned its usually all-blue livery green on an Airbus A320 specially painted in the colors of the New York Jets NFL team and unveiled on October 15 at JetBlue’s Hangar 81 at New York John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Read more

JetBlue Airways is continuing to expand service at its San Juan, Puerto Rico focus city with daily nonstops between Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport and Jacksonville, Florida beginning on May 19.

Read more

AirTran’s announcement of the new route came just 10 minutes after low-cost rival JetBlue Airways announced it would begin flights between Tampa and San Juan. AirTran will pre-empt JetBlue by launching service in April 2011, while JetBlue will begin service in May 2011.

Read more

JetBlue Airways is planning to expand its focus-city operation at San Juan, Puerto Rico’s Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport by launching daily nonstop service to Tampa International Airport in May 2011 and adding a second daily flight on the route from June 2011.

Read more

The carrier intends to launch daily, year-round service to Providenciales International Airport from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport from February 17 and seasonal, Saturday-only service beginning February 19 from Boston Logan International.

Read more

The Airbus A320, named ‘All Blue Can Jet,’ was unveiled to hundreds of customers at its home port of John F. Kennedy International Airport, Terminal 5 on September 7. Also introduced with the new tailfin livery is a new, larger, JetBlue logo on the fuselage of the aircraft.

Read more

Already claiming to carry the most customers to the most nonstop destinations from Boston, JetBlue numbers Phoenix as its 38th nonstop destination from Logan.

Read more

The airline will operate four daily flights to Newark Liberty International, complementing its existing schedule of frequent daily flights between Boston and New York John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Read more

JetBlue Airways and Israel’s national airline El Al plan to sign an interline agreement, providing new and convenient connecting options for El Al and JetBlue customers wishing to travel between the U.S. and Israel.

Read more

American Airlines and JetBlue Airways have agreed to begin a frequent-flyer relationship later this year to add to the interline partnership they are launching on July 20.

Read more

JetBlue Airways and South African Airways have established a comprehensive interline agreement, providing new connection options for both SAA and JetBlue customers wishing to travel between the U.S. and southern Africa.

Read more

JetBlue Airways is beginning service at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, its third airport in the Washington D.C. region, on November 1. It will offer seven daily nonstop flights to Boston’s Logan International Airport and one daily nonstop flight each to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Orlando International Airport.

Read more

JetBlue Airways is adding Hartford, Connecticut’s Bradley International Airport as a new destination on November 17. On that date the carrier will launch twice-daily nonstop service with Airbus A320s from Bradley to Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport and Orlando International Airport.

Read more

After looking seriously at the idea of moving its corporate headquarters to Orlando in Florida, JetBlue Airways has decided to keep its headquarters in New York, where it will move into a historic building with a storied aviation past.

Read more