JetBlue unveils bold campaign about underappreciated fliers through the view of the most frequent fliers – pigeons
JetBlue has put out a new campaign about passengers who fly other airlines through the eyes of pigeons.
In the campaign, created in partnership with ad agency Mullen, JetBlue shows the plight of the ultimate frequent flier — the pigeon — in documentary style videos seen here that draw a playful comparison of how people are treated on other airlines today with the more respectful way that customers are treated on JetBlue.
Southwest Airlines’ “no-show” policy was more lenient than other carriers. That’s about to change.
Passengers will still receive the full value of their flight purchase if they cancel, but they have to cancel no later than 10 minutes before the flight takes off.
Note video above shows changes at Alaska Airlines and US Airways in addition to Southwest Airlines.
Stretch Dreamliner makes its first flight
Boeing’s stretch Dreamliner made its first flight on Tuesday.
The 787-9 jet, which left the ground at 11:02 a.m., has room for 290 passengers, 40 more than the original 787-8 jetliner, and has about 300 more nautical miles of range.