JetBlue Responsibility Report

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JetBlue Responsibility Report

JetBlue recently released its annual responsibility report outlining progress the airline made in environmental, social and business responsibility in 2015. In line with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Version 4 standardsthe report focuses on JetBlue’s responsibility in the areas that impact JetBlue’s business. To learn more about JetBlue’s long-term responsibility platform and to view the full report, visit




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JetBlue Focuses on Inspiring Humanity with Huge Results
2015 was a year JetBlue focused on inspiring humanity with huge results. At airports and on airplanes, JetBlue continued to make progress toward rolling out industry-leading NextGen technology with the FAA and opened a first-of-its-kind airport farm and rooftop park at JFK Terminal 5. In the community, they promoted literacy with groundbreaking book vending machines and launched JetBlue...
Oct 12, 2016 10:05 AM ET
Inspiring Humanity Begins At Home - JetBlue In The Community
Inspiring humanity begins at home. We focus our community efforts in all of our BlueCities in the United States, Caribbean and Latin America. Led by crewmembers, our community programs embody our values of caring, passion and fun. We partner with community based and national organizations on issues close to our heart including children’s literacy, community infrastructure and science,...
Aug 25, 2016 9:00 AM ET
Climate Change-Minimizing our Impact by Shrinking our Carbon Footprint.
We depend on natural resources and a healthy environment to keep our business running smoothly. Natural resources are essential for us to fly, and tourism relies on having beautiful, natural and preserved destinations for our customers to visit. Therefore we take an active approach to shrinking our greenhouse gas (GHG) footprint, reducing pollution and waste. ENVIRONMENTAL...
Aug 16, 2016 9:40 AM ET
The T5 Green Experience at JFK; JetBlue Built a 24,000 square foot Farm
THE T5 GREEN EXPERIENCE Too often airports are concrete jungles. We don’t think people should be detached from nature just because they are waiting for a flight. FARM-TO-AIR In 2015, JetBlue revealed a first-of-itskind 24,000 square foot airport farm at JFK’s Terminal 5 (T5). The project is a partnership with nonprofit partner GrowNYC to...
Aug 2, 2016 9:15 AM ET
Helping Budding Companies Bloom with JetBlue's BlueBud Business Mentoring Program
We remember what it’s like to be a small business and know how difficult it can be to get through the door at a big company. In 2015, we launched the BlueBud (Buddies + Budding New Companies) mentoring program to help small food start-ups from New York grow. Our first BlueBud mentee was Hot Bread Kitchen, a social enterprise bakery in New York City that empowers women to build economic...
Jul 20, 2016 2:00 PM ET