Jetting on jetBlue

My first leg of jetBlue’s All You Can Jet is finished and it was pretty exciting. Washington D.C. was so amazing that I changed my flight at the last minute to skip Baltimore and stay in D.C. another day. Since my friend was flying out at 6am on an adventure of her own I ended […]

Orlando Connections

The key to using the jetBlue’s All You Can Jet deal was determining the cities with most connections possible. Orlando servers much of the East and Caribbean and appears to be almost as much of a hub as New York or Boston. With only one flight a day to Bogota I found myself connecting through […]

New York Times ‘All You Can Jet’ Article

Those of you following my Twitter feed may have read that Seth Kugel, The Frugal Traveler, from the New York Times interviewed me last week. The article went up late last night. You can see my pictures and read about mine and others experiences during the All You Can Jet promotion here on the NYT […]

Colonial Santo Domingo

Immediately after buying the All You Can Jet pass I sat down in front of jetBlue’s route map and tried to find the most interesting cities to visit. Naturally, first on that list was Colombia, but I also wanted to visit one of the Caribbean destinations available. I’m not much of an island-lover since the […]

Modern Art in Santo Domingo

The Dominican Republic was one of two international destinations I touched down in during my All You Can Jet adventure. While I did visit most of the Christopher Columbus attractions in Santo Domino, I quickly became bored with walking up and down the main pedestrian street trying to ignore men staring and making kissy noises. […]

All I Could Jet 2010

After more than 39 hours in the air and nearly 19,000 miles flown across 15 flights I’ve gotten my money’s worth out of Jet Blue’s All You Can Jet promotion. With that much flying I had the in-flight commercials memorized and had no problem deciding what snacks to choose (plantain chips are interesting but you […]

All You Can Jet Layovers at JFK

There is a reason I haven’t flown jetBlue beforeā€”it has very few direct flights from Chicago. I’ve already connected through Boston and New York a number of times and I will admit that the jetBlue terminal at JFK is gorgeous. I certainly didn’t mind waiting for an hour surrounded by modern design, an extraordinary number […]

All You Can Jet

I had heard about the deal last year but didn’t take advantage of it. This year I jumped on the chance to fly anywhere JetBlue flies for $499 for a month. The pass sold out in two days and I didn’t have much time to plan my trip. JetBlue only flies direct to three locations […]