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03/13/2013

JetBlue onboard with marriage equality; no layover

by Jeremy Hooper

Give me inflight TV and WiFI, a blankie, and either a virgin or an adult Bloody Mary (dependent on daypart), and I'm pretty good. However, it is nice to know that one airline is willing to offer the weary gay traveller oh so much more, should the need arise:

Dan Virginia Nikeola 2When our Inflight crew members Nickeloa, Virginia and Daniel heard that an engaged couple was on board their recent BUR-JFK flight—en route to City Hall in NYC for their wedding— they got ridiculously excited to make the flight special for them.

And that’s not all!

Virginia volunteered to be the witness at the couple’s wedding!

KEEP READING: Going Above to Celebrate Love [Jet Blue's BlueTales blog]
(h/t: Dan Tobias)

Your move, American. I'm thinking free honeymoon flights to all same-sex couples should do the trick.

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