Articles tagged “jetblue”

Business Travel

Remote Workers Prompt Adventure Tour Operators to Switch Up Itineraries

Great news for destinations that can now welcome tourists who want to immerse themselves, rather than just tick off a box. At least until their next Zoom meeting, that is.

Remote Workers Prompt Adventure Tour Operators to Switch Up Itineraries

Airlines

JetBlue-Backed Weather Startup Tomorrow.io to Go Public Via SPAC Deal

Silicon Valley sometimes mocks travel companies for not being as nimble as tech startups. So it's refreshing to learn that JetBlue Airways was a valuable mentor to Tomorrow.io, a tech startup that is now being valued at more than $700 million.

JetBlue-Backed Weather Startup Tomorrow.io to Go Public Via SPAC Deal

Online Travel

Capital One Travel Is Sleek But Limited by Content Gaps: Skift Review

Capital One Travel is a surprisingly nimble online travel site for a portal of this type that's still in beta. That being said, it has some significant content holes.

Capital One Travel Is Sleek But Limited by Content Gaps: Skift Review

Airline Weekly

Delta, United Spin NY Schedules in Light of JetBlue-American Alliance

Delta and United showed off their marketing prowess with their expanded New York schedules. But the added flights are simply examples of the airlines protecting their access to key New York airports, and defending against the new American-JetBlue alliance.

Delta, United Spin NY Schedules in Light of JetBlue-American Alliance

Airlines

JetBlue Pushes Back on Antitrust Critics Over American Airlines Alliance

JetBlue claims its Northeast alliance with American Airlines will result in $800 million in annual consumer benefits, even though the U.S. Justice Department begs to differ. One thing is certain, though. The alliance will give leisure-focused JetBlue access to American's deep pool of corporate accounts.

JetBlue Pushes Back on Antitrust Critics Over American Airlines Alliance

Online Travel

Does Google Hijack Travelers in Gmail?

Google's Gmail itinerary feature can be helpful to travelers — up to a point. But Google's execution of it is deceptive, and a disservice to its travel partners.

Does Google Hijack Travelers in Gmail?