The JetBlue and Lufthansa partnership would permit each airline to sell seats on the other’s flights in addition to their own. Lufthansa invested $300 million in JetBlue in 2008 and it seems their relationship has only grown as time has gone on.

JetBlue would have the ability to market flights to European destinations for the very first time. Additionally Lufthansa could market flights through JetBlue throughout the U.S.A..

Lufthansa flies to more than 17 cities in the U.S. and has four daily flights from Germany to JetBlue’s home base in New York City’s John F. Kennedy Airport. JetBlue flies to many destinations – more than 60 actually in the U.S.A., the Caribbean and Central America.

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