Jet Blue

May 10, 2010 by Post Team 

Jet BlueJet Blue:Airfares are not usually something that takes place, but Jet Blue is offering $ 10 fares to celebrate its 10th anniversary. These $ 10 JetBlue flights are just among a few cities, and are for a limited time, but can be good business if you’re lucky enough to need such flights. That morning, Citigroup raised its earnings per share estimate for JetBlue. Perhaps the best move is to get the $ 10 flight, then spend the cash loan instantly over the shares of JetBlue.

$ 10 Jet Blue flights – really

First, can, in fact, get a $ 10 Jet Blue airline tickets. Unfortunately, the price of $ 10 applies to only a few flights to and from some cities. Rates are only good for May 11 and 12 and is only available on the website. The ticket price $ 10 does not include taxes and fees payable for each ticket – so the final ticket price will end up closer to $ 30 each way. That’s still a good deal for Jet Blue flights.
JetBlue Celebrates 10 Years

This is the second time this year that Jet Blue has offered $ 10 flights, and the company will most likely continue to offer these Firesale throughout the year. These sales of $ 10 flight Jet Blue help fill the empty seats – and create a lot of buzz from customers. In general, Jet Blue is marketed as a low-cost carrier and is one of only two airlines do not charge for checked baggage in the United States. Jet Blue also offers programs such as extended legroom and all-you-can-fly passing by customers.
JetBlue Earnings per share

Jet Blue shares has been an interesting study in contrasts this year. First and second quarter results missed expectations of many investors. At the same time, Citigroup revised its EPS (earnings per share) estimate for Jet Blue this morning. This revised value estimation is based on two things: to reduce oil prices and better employment prospects in the United States.

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