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JetBlue is an American airline, and the 6th-largest airline in the United States. Founded on August 1998, the airline is headquartered at the Long Island City neighborhood of the New York City. JetBlue has its Focus Cities at John F. Kennedy International Airport, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Logan International Airport, Long Beach Airport, Luis Munoz Marin International Airport, and Orlando International Airport. With a fleet of 228 aircraft, the airline operates flights to 100 destinations in the U.S., Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, and South America.

The airline has started new non-stop service between Boston & New York, in which it offers more legroom, 36+ channels of DIRECTV and award-winning customer service. Travelers can choose from six departures every weekday, 2 on Saturdays, and 3 on Sundays. All of them include - free coffee before, during, and after the flight, free in-flight wine & beer, and free onboard Gate to Gate Fly-Fi.

Airline also brings low-cost, high-quality daily service between the US and Cuba for the first time in 50 years. The flight routes from the US to Cuba include flights from Fort Lauderdale to Havana (two times in a day), Fort Lauderdale to Camaguey, Fort Lauderdale to Holguin, Fort Lauderdale to Santa Clara, New York JFK to Havana, and Orlando to Havana.

JetBlue is rated as a 4-star airline by Skytrax while Alitalia is only rated as 3-star.

Another item you could look to, which gives you some factual statical basis is the DOT (US Department of Transportation) who publishes airline performance statistics.

A) On-time.. Page 4, the overall delay rate.. JetBlue reported an average of 75.2% on-time performance across all 46 of the stations they serve.. Just slightly worse than the overall industry average of 76.7%