Ten passengers who were on a JetBlue flight in which a pilot experienced a meltdown are suing the airline and pilot.
A JetBlue pilot who was locked out of the cockpit by his co-pilot after his odd midflight rants in March was ruled competent to stand trial Friday morning.
Blogger Jenny Larson tells our Randi Kaye why she thinks it's a bad idea.
Airline passengers still want it all: low prices, comfortable seating, "free" baggage check-in and other freebies.
A group of passengers who were aboard a March 27 JetBlue flight out of JFK Airport that was diverted because of erratic behavior by its pilot have filed suit against the airline and pilot.
A toddler is mistakenly pulled off a JetBlue flight after being flagged on the "no-fly" list. WPBF explains.
JetBlue Airways is apologizing for a "computer glitch" it blames for a family being told their 18-month-old daughter was on a government no-fly list.
The JetBlue pilot arrested for an apparent midair meltdown makes his initial appearance in court.
It's every flier's worst nightmare: Your pilot announces, "We're all going down!" and starts shouting about bombs and terrorists. He abandons the cockpit, frantically running up and down the aisles like a man unhinged. What do you do?
The flight data and cockpit voice recorders from JetBlue Flight 191, which made an emergency landing this week, have been retrieved and will be analyzed, officials said Thursday.
The midflight breakdown of a JetBlue pilot has sparked concerns about psychological screening for flight crews.
JetBlue was doing damage control Wednesday after one of its pilots suffered an apparent mental breakdown that resulted in an emergency landing.
Never mind that you're probably still recovering from holiday travel and may have no interest in heading to another airport. Faced with a traditional post-holiday lull in travel, several airlines are hoping their New Year's sales will lure travelers back into the air at a discount.
JetBlue has begun refunding the passengers of five flights who were stranded on the tarmac of a Connecticut airport for as long as eight hours on Saturday, a spokeswoman for the airline told CNN on Thursday.
The COO of JetBlue takes to YouTube to apologize for leaving a plane filled with passengers stranded on a tarmac.
The head of JetBlue is apologizing for a "confluence of events" that left a plane filled with passengers stranded on the tarmac at Bradley International Airport near Hartford, Connecticut, over the weekend.
A Jet Blue pilot pleads with the control tower to get towed off the tarmac after being stranded for several hours.
A JetBlue pilot isn't happy with his employer after being stuck on the tarmac of a Connecticut airport for some eight hours on Saturday. Neither are many of his passengers.
The former JetBlue flight attendant who soared to instant celebrity after deploying an emergency evacuation slide to dramatically exit an airplane in 2010 has been sentenced to a year of probation after completing a mental health treatment program.
Here are some of the latest travel-related developments stemming from Hurricane Irene:
Perhaps Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell put it best: Saturday is going to be a "horrendous day for travel" as Hurricane Irene sets its sights on the U.S. East Coast.
JetBlue Airways is courting business travelers with three new flight passes announced Thursday.
For 53 hours this weekend and early Monday, a 10-mile stretch of Interstate 405 will be closed in western Los Angeles for a bridge demolition.
JetBlue is making the driver's fantasy of levitating above traffic a reality in Los Angeles this weekend.
Authorities are investigating how a stun gun ended up on a JetBlue aircraft in New Jersey on Friday night.
When you're traveling and something goes wrong, all you want is for someone to help you get back on track. That used to mean lengthy lines in the airport or long hold times on the phone, but that's been changing, thanks to social media. Airlines are quickly learning that social media tools, particularly Twitter, can act as an excellent customer service channel.
Twitter gives users unfiltered access to one another. It's a strength and a curse. CNN's Doug Gross explains.
Airline satisfaction might seem like an oxymoron these days, with fees and cramped cabins making flying miserable for many people, but fliers are giving the industry better marks, a new survey finds.
A new Consumer Reports survey reveals that travelers want comfort and reasonable fees, and many airlines don't deliver.
A new Consumer Reports survey reveals that air travelers want comfort without emptying their wallets -- and many airlines don't deliver.
A tractor-trailer clipped a JetBlue aircraft Tuesday afternoon at Boston's Logan International Airport, injuring one passenger who was deplaning, JetBlue spokeswoman Real Hamilton-Romeo told CNN.
The Transportation Security Administration is facing criticism after three box cutters were discovered aboard a JetBlue flight at New York's JFK airport on Saturday.
Drivers may be bracing for more pain at the pump in 2011 as gas prices continue to head higher.
Airport terminals are always good places for people watching, but star gazing will be more like it for a select group of travelers at New York's John F. Kennedy International.
A passenger was removed from a JetBlue flight headed to Florida on Saturday night due to security concerns, an airline spokeswoman said.
Surveillance video of flight attendant Steven Slater's "infamous" slide from a JetBlue aircraft was released in August.
An attorney for Steven Slater, the JetBlue flight attendant who made headlines in August when he deployed a plane's emergency chute and walked off the job, indicated in court Tuesday that discussions about a possible plea agreement with prosecutors were under way.
An emergency evacuation forced passengers off a JetBlue plane after it blew a tire.
A JetBlue Airways plane blew a tire while landing in Sacramento, California, on Thursday, triggering an emergency evacuation and leaving four passengers with minor injuries, authorities reported.
JetBlue is reviving its unlimited travel deal, which for one month allows travelers to fly anywhere they want, as much as they want.
A JetBlue Airways flight, bound from Boston to the Dominican Republic, was diverted to Washington-Dulles International Airport on Friday because of an "unruly passenger," the airline said.
JetBlue on Wednesday dispensed vouchers to passengers and some levity to the public, two days after one of its flight attendants famously quit following a luggage-bin altercation.
As rogue JetBlue airline attendant Steven Slater hits the talk shows this week to discuss his freakout on Monday, it's quite clear that he has the sympathy of the man on the street. All of us have wanted to quit a job with a flourish -- grabbing two beers and hopping on an inflatable slide will be hard to beat -- and all the ninnies talking about his putting potential ground crews in danger by inflating the slide will soon find something else to get all puritanical about.
On his Facebook and MySpace pages, he boasted about flying high and taking a five year break from the skies
A flight attendant whose profanity-laced tirade has turned him into a folk hero of sorts was released on bail Tuesday night from a Bronx detention center.
A JetBlue passenger describes witnessing a flight attendent cursing out passengers, then quitting on the job.
Slater earns rousing support online for standing up against "flight attendant abuse" after a spat with a passenger
Passenger satisfaction with domestic airlines continues to improve, according to one survey released Tuesday.
Air travelers seem to be constantly complaining about fees, the lack of service and cramped seats on flights, but surprisingly their level of satisfaction with airlines is on the rise, a new survey finds.
Flying in and out of New York -- which is usually no picnic -- is likely to get worse this spring and summer. A new nationwide rule on tarmac delays, possible exemptions to that rule and a runway closure may create a perfect storm for air travelers when bad weather is added to the mix.
A runway closure at John F. Kennedy International Airport has prompted JetBlue Airways and Delta Air Lines to ask for a temporary exemption at JFK to a rule designed to keep planeloads of passengers from getting stranded on the tarmac.
Looking for an affordable last-minute getaway? JetBlue Airways is celebrating its 10th birthday with a $10 one-day fare sale Monday on flights from New York to the airline's original 10 destinations.
A centralized technical glitch forced JetBlue Airways to ground several flights Friday afternoon, an airline spokeswoman said.
When film director Kevin Smith tweeted about getting kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight on Saturday, the airline responded in less than 20 minutes.
JetBlue Airways will offer an "all-you-can-jet" pass for $599 in which passengers can book an unlimited number of flights within a one-month span, the airline said Wednesday.
If you're worried about getting laid off, there are companies out there dedicated to helping you overcome your spending anxiety.
JetBlue Airways Corp. is auctioning off more than 300 roundtrip flights and six vacation packages this week on eBay, with opening bids set between 5 and 10 cents
A JetBlue flight from Boston, Massachusetts, to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, was diverted Saturday when a fight broke out after someone was smoking in the bathroom, federal officials said.
JetBlue Airways and New York City-area airports experienced some of the worst flight delays in the industry for July, according to a monthly report.
JetBlue now charges for blankets; USAirways for water; and almost everyone for some baggage. A run-down of airline fees
Discount carriers used to be the darlings of air travelers, if not travel columnists. With low fares and high standards of customer service, what wasn't to like?
Roz Weiss' vacation to Puerto Rico is put on ice, thanks to JetBlue's operational meltdown last winter. Months later, the airline has refunded the tickets, but the hotel is holding onto her money. Should it let go?)
For some, in-flight Internet access is the missing piece of the perfect flight. For others, it's an invasion of the last e-mail-free zone. But dream of it or dread it, Internet at 35,000 ft could finally be ready for take-off.
U.S. stocks looked set for a tough start Friday as credit and recession concerns hung over the market ahead of a key government reading on inflation.
JetBlue Airways Corp. will start offering limited e-mail and instant messaging services for free on one of its planes next week as airlines renew efforts to offer in-flight Internet access
Time on the tarmac has been underreported, a federal agency admits, as the summer travel season reaches crunch time
JetBlue Airways founder and Chairman David Neeleman admitted Tuesday that he wasn't pleased when his company's board forced him to give up the CEO spot in May, and said he believes he'd still have the job if not for the ice storm and service meltdown that hit the airline in February.
After another bad weekend, concerns mount over airport delays this summer. Will a Passenger Bill of Rights help?
JetBlue Airways ousted its founder from his CEO job Thursday, three months after the service problems that stranded passengers on grounded jets for hours dented the airline's reputation for customer service.
A member of the House transportation committee, urged more regulation of airline service in a hearing Friday, as committee members expressed frustration with the Federal Aviation Administration and the airline industry over remedies for extended delays, confusion and inconveniences passengers have endured.
When you hear the name "JetBlue" what comes to mind - free in-flight TV on a new jet? Or angry passengers stranded at an airport?
I know this is kind of counterintuitive right now, but I think JetBlue is onto something.
JetBlue canceled all its New York flights Friday.
JetBlue, the airline whose passengers were stranded on the tarmac in a winter storm last month, cancelled all New York flights Friday. The discount airline led a list of carriers canceling flights to and from the East Coast because of harsh winter weather.
Nearly 600 flights had to wait on the tarmac two hours or more before departing in January, nearly twice what was seen a year ago but roughly in line with a typical month, according to the latest Transportation Department statistics.
JetBlue, which took a hit to earnings and a worse hit to its reputation when passengers were stranded for hours at its New York hub on Feb. 14, moved quickly to cancel 25 percent of its flights to and from John F. Kennedy International Airport Monday as a new storm hit the area.
Hundreds of JetBlue travelers were stranded for hours last week on parked planes. Additionally, more than 1,000 flights were canceled. Is the consumer powerless to do anything about it?
After canceling nearly a quarter of its weekend flights, JetBlue said Monday that it will extend widespread cancellations, but said it plans to announce its own customer "Bill of Rights" after facing severe criticism from a Valentine's Day ice storm that snarled operations at its main hub in New York.
Acknowledging the airline has a long way to go to regain its customers' trust, JetBlue Airways was faced with yet more flight cancellations and irate customers Friday after a spokesman on Thursday said that the airline expected to start this "morning fresh and prepared for the remainder of the holiday weekend."
Shares of JetBlue jumped 4 percent Thursday on an analyst upgrade despite a flood of bad publicity related to a flight that was stranded in New York City.
Bad weather kept JetBlue Airways passengers on a Cancun, Mexico-bound flight trapped on the tarmac for eight hours Wednesday at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport.
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You don't have to be affluent to fly off to your weekend getaway anymore -- with the rise of discount flyers like JetBlue and Southwest Air, second-home buyers have expanded their target areas outward.
Airfares are up and there are fewer seats up for grabs. And if that isn't enough, airlines are padding their fares with some extra "gotchas".
Regardless of the pedigree of the air carrier -- whether it's Northwest Airlines or discounter JetBlue Airways -- insiders have been selling millions of dollars' worth of shares, and they don't appear to be in any rush to buy, according to a report published Wednesday.
Now recognized as a major player in the airline industry, JetBlue joined the ranks of it competitors by offering the first credit card of its own, announcing a partnership with American Express.
JetBlue Airways Inc. eked out a fourth-quarter profit, the low-cost carrier reported Thursday, narrowly dodging a first-ever quarterly loss analysts had predicted thanks to a hedge against high fuel costs.
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I was seated halfway back Going out of the blue and into the black When Beth came down the aisle with my snack. "What will you have?" she said.
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