JetBlue Airlines

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David Neeleman starts up very own travel agency in Salt Lake City

1984

Neeleman and Morris launch Utah-based, "Morris Air"

1984

First electronic ticketing system in airline industry- Open Skies

1992

David Neeleman starts up JetBlue

1998

Airbus A320 aircraft introduced

1999

Open Skies sold to Hewlett-Packard

1999

JFK International Airport becomes primary base of operations

2000

JetBlue non-stop service from New York to Florida

2000

JetBlue extends its operations to the West Coast

2001

JetBlue goes public (IPO)

2002

JetBlue adds two inches more for legroom on flight

2003

First International service from JFK to Dominican Republic

2004

JetBlue launches first online flight check-in

2004

Launches corporate booking tool, CompanyBlue

2004

Diamond Certificate Excellence Award

2005

2nd Lowest rate of customer complaints among Largest 10 US Airlines

2006

JetBlue expands to more than 50 destinations, 21 states

2006

Black Valentine's Day Disaster

February 14, 2007

Customer Bill of Rights

February 20, 2007

Neeleman fired from CEO of JetBlue

May 20, 2007