The phrase "flying" carries nasty connotations: overbooking, cramped seating, snide flight attendants, food that's inedible and expensive and, of course, soul-crushing boredom. To distance themselves from that nonsense, JetBlue has redefined what they've been offering for eight proud years: enter the world of jetting.
Jetting's the only phrase that can possibly sum up travel on JetBlue: bountiful legroom, 36 channels of free DIRECTV, 100 channels of free XM Radio, unlimited snacks, and customer service so friendly, you'll trace the receiver with your finger and whisper "I love you" as you hang up the phone. Because not everyone lives in Hub City, JetBlue offers their singular aeronautical experience via ever-expanding routes, now including New Orleans, Chicago, Puerto Rico, and Ft. Lauderdale (Spring Break!!!!? Visit Grandma!!!!?). To illustrate their commitment to passengers, they've even published a downloadable Jetter's Guide, complete with personality quizzes, aviation history, and Jetiquette (selling free snacks on the black market = bad, and anyway, how bad do you really need a new bass boat?).
To check out the Guide hit happyjetting.com. It's totally safe for work, unless your boss fears that your plush jetting experience will cause you to resent your boring, cramped workplace, and seriously consider "quitting".