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A JetBlue Airbus A320, “Whole Lotta Blue” (N594JB) at Salt Lake City International Airport.
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– Customers can now purchase 39-inches of legroom in rows 13 and 14 and 38-inches in rows 1 and 12 on E190 aircraft.

– JetBlue continues to provide more legroom than any other airline in coach for both the E190 and Airbus A320 aircraft (a).

JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq: JBLU) today announces the reconfiguration of its Embraer E190 fleet to offer customers two more rows of its covetedĀ Even More SpaceĀ seats. For a small additional fee, sixteen seats in rows 1, 12, 13 and 14 offer extra legroom and are now available on all of the airline’s 100-seat E190 aircraft. Rows 1 and 12 offer 38 inches of legroom while rows 13 and 14 offer 39 inches in addition to bonusĀ Even MoreĀ services including early boarding, early access to overhead bin space andĀ Even More SpeedĀ expedited security at select airports.

JetBlue continues to provide its customers with the most legroom in coach of any U.S. airline, plus comfortable two-by-two seating for all travelers on the E190. On JetBlue’s Airbus A320 aircraft,Even More SpaceĀ seats with 38-inches of legroom are offered in rows 2-5 plus emergency exit rows 10 and 11.

“Even More SpaceĀ seats are in high-demand among our customers, who appreciate the option to select even more value-added services at an affordable price,” saidĀ Caroline Ramsey, manager of product development for JetBlue. “All of our customers will continue to enjoy the core JetBlue Experience, including a free first-checked bag, plenty of legroom, free TVs on personal seatback screens and generous snacks at no extra cost.”

The price ofĀ Even MoreĀ seats varies according to route and can be booked atĀ www.jetblue.comĀ or via 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583), or during the check-in process, subject to availability. Customers flying JetBlue travel in comfort and style under the care of the airline’s 14,000 award-winning customer service crewmembers.