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Jan 22nd 2009 11:30AM You really need to check your facts!!! Valujet is now Airtran. Jetblue started 8 years ago and never was under a different name
Jan 21st 2009 11:04AM As mentioned above, there is a dress code in order to fly standby on other airlines you do not work for. You have to be in uniform or at least business casual. Which means no jeans, tights, leggings, tank tops, sandals, and so forth. You also have to be well groomed. So if she was looking like she just rolled out of bed then yeah, maybe she was asked to go freshen up and look more presentable.
Aug 6th 2008 11:05AM jetblue does not charge for food or drinks. you have a wide selection of snacks which you can have more than one of. And you get a full can of whatever you choose to drink which also you can seconds, thirds, fourths, whatever it may be! jetblue charges for cocktails but that's reasonable. and the legroom fee that everyone is talking about is in addition to the already extra legroom you receive for free. jetblue has the most legroom in coach out of all the other american airlines. so before complaining about all the bad things airlines are doing get facts straight. thank you!