As part of JetBlue’s continued coronavirus relief efforts, we recently joined forces again with the Ricky Martin Foundation, along with Project HOPE and CharityStars to transport much-needed medical supplies to Puerto Rico. The island is home to nearly 500 JetBlue crewmembers who support the airline operations in our focus city of San Juan, and in Aguadilla and Ponce.
JetBlue remains firmly committed to our mission of Inspiring Humanity and our social impact pillar focused on community. It would not be possible for us to continue our operation without the dedication of our 23,000 crewmembers. They continue to work day in and day out to keep JetBlue running. We thank them for being so committed to serving JetBlue and our customers during this time.
Across the country, healthcare workers have earned our love, our gratitude and some serious R&R. To thank them, we’re giving away 100,000 pairs of roundtrip flights - so they can take a vacation when the time is right. Nominate YOUR #JetBlueHealthcareHero and they could receive roundtrip flights for 2. http://www.jetblue.com/healthcarehero
New policy takes effect may 4; Just one of many precautions the airline is taking to protect crewmembers and customers
NEW YORK, April 28, 2020 /3BL Media/ - JetBlue (NASDAQ: JBLU) today announced that starting May 4 all customers will be required to wear a face covering during travel. The policy comes after the airline began requiring all crewmembers to wear face coverings while working. JetBlue has modeled its policy on the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines that indicate all individuals should wear a face covering in public to help slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Safety is our #1 value. At JetBlue, we remain focused on the safety and well being of our crewmembers and customers. Air travel is an essential global service and we are committed to meeting travel needs, some of which are critical. During this time of uncertainty, we remain committed to our mission of Inspiring Humanity and our social impact pillars – community and youth/education. This includes our main resources – flights and assets from our network of partners.
JetBlue remains committed to helping kids’ imaginations take flight. As most school districts across the U.S. are closed indefinitely, parents and teachers are looking for options to keep students engaged in learning. Education partners from both the JetBlue Foundation and our award winning Soar with Reading initiative have provided free tools and tips for schools, teachers, and students in the areas of STEM and Literacy.
During these uncertain times, we remain focused on our Caring value. In line with our values, our crewmembers and community continue to bring our mission of Inspiring Humanity to life. Utilizing our main resources – flights and assets from our network of partners, over the past week we’ve collaborated with several of our partners to show our support for the medical community. JetBlue is currently working with many of our business partners, community non-profits as well as NGOs to help get much-needed supplies to the places where they are needed most.
JetBlue Becomes First Sustainability-Linked RCF for the Sector Linking the Airline’s Strategic Tangible ESG Results with Financial Incentive
NEW YORK, February 27, 2020 /3BL Media/ - BNP Paribas, a premier global bank, today announced that it has closed a sustainability-linked loan (“SLL”) with JetBlue Airways (“JetBlue” or the “Company”), via an amendment to its existing Senior Secured Revolving Credit Facility (“RCF” or the “Facility”).