JetBlue is planning to sell seats on semi-private flights

JetBlue is planning to sell seats on semi-private flights

JetBlue will sell the seats on the semi-private flights on its website.

JetBlue first invested in JetSuite in 2016 and increased its investment in the company.

JetBlue has ramped up its premium service to the West Coast.

JetBlue is planning to sell seats on short, semi-private flights along the West Coast, another move focused on well-heeled travelers.
The New York-based airline announced a code-sharing agreement on Monday with JetSuiteX, a sister company of JetSuite, a California-based private jet company in which JetBlue has invested. CNBC had reported the news earlier Monday.
JetBlue will sell seats aboard JetSuiteX planes on its website JetBlue.com, using JetBlue’s airline code. Travelers may be more familiar with code shares between large international airlines, such as Delta Air Lines and Air