JetBlue to Honor 100,000 Healthcare Workers With Pairs of Roundtrip Flight Certificates
Through May 15, JetBlue invites customers to nominate their JetBlue Healthcare Hero for a chance to receive roundtrip flights for two for future travel
New York’s Hometown Airline® will salute healthcare workers and first responders in the Big Apple with a low altitude flyover tomorrow, May 7 at 7 p.m. ET
NEW YORK, May 6, 2020 /3BL Media/ - JetBlue (NASDAQ: JBLU) today launched JetBlue Healthcare Hero, which will honor 100,000 healthcare workers with roundtrip flight certificates for two to anywhere JetBlue flies.
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JetBlue will also bring the Clap Because We Care movement to the skies with a three aircraft, low altitude flyover salute above
“JetBlue’s mission of inspiring humanity is stronger now more than ever,” said Joanna Geraghty, president and chief operating officer, JetBlue. “We applaud the healthcare workers who are helping us get through this challenging time and inspiring humanity along the way. This is an opportunity for us to fly it forward and show our appreciation for the heroic efforts of medical professionals, first responders and public servants – not just here in our home of
Nominate Your JetBlue Healthcare Hero
To kick off the program, JetBlue is donating pairs of roundtrip flight certificates for 10,000 healthcare workers at the Mount Sinai Health System, including their
JetBlue is now calling on customers to thank the healthcare heroes in their life – from doctors and nurses, to pharmacists, therapists, social workers, public health administrators and more – by nominating them for a chance to receive one of 90,000 pairs of roundtrip flight certificates for two to use when the time is right. Starting today through May 15, 2020, customers can submit a brief description of why they are nominating their healthcare hero (a). For more information and full terms, please visit jetblue.com/healthcarehero.
JetBlue Crewmembers Invited to Celebrate Their Own Healthcare Heroes
Over the past 20 years, first responders have been at the heart of JetBlue. Many retired police officers, firefighters, EMTs, nurses and military personnel are actively employed across the airline. With this camaraderie in mind, JetBlue is providing its almost 23,000 crewmembers with roundtrip flight certificates to gift to the healthcare heroes in their life.
JetBlue Brings Clap Because We Care Movement to the Skies Thursday, May 7 at 7 p.m. ET
Every night, New Yorkers take to the streets at 7 p.m. to applaud the efforts of healthcare and essential workers near and far. Tomorrow, JetBlue will take the Clap Because We Care movement to new heights by flying its three
The flyover is being operated at no cost to JetBlue. The airline thanks its partners at the Port Authority of
Continuing to Support the Medical Community
JetBlue remains firmly committed to its mission of inspiring humanity by helping to get healthcare workers and much-needed supplies to the places where they are needed most.
To-date, JetBlue has flown more than 1,400 medical professionals to
- In order to participate by submitting an entry as a Nominator in the Sweepstakes, they must be a legal resident of the contiguous 48 United States, including the
District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, 16 years of age or older at the time of entry. The person nominated ("Nominee”) must be a legal resident of the contiguous 48 United States, including the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, 18 years of age or older who is an Eligible Healthcare Worker, Public Health Worker, or First Responder who are actively serving on the frontlines of the Covid-19 response at the time of entry.