JetBlue’s Environmental and Responsibility Report

JetBlue’s Environmental and Responsibility Report

Highlights from the 2016 annual report include:

  • Environment

The aviation industry made history with a worldwide global carbon offset agreement. In addition to joining the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials, JetBlue also signed one of the biggest renewable jet fuel agreements in history.

  • Innovation

Smart investments in new technology today better prepare JetBlue for opportunities in the future. JetBlue remains committed to NextGen and is investing more than $60 million in technologies to create much-needed efficiencies and reduce emissions.

  • Education

Future success depends on the potential that is nurtured today. In 2016, JetBlue provided support for crewmembers to complete their college degrees. While, JetBlue For Good, the airline’s platform for social impact and corporate responsibility, and the JetBlue Foundation made STEM and aviation education more accessible for students from traditionally underserved communities.

  • Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity is the blueprint for a robust business. Crewmembers from different backgrounds are better able to anticipate the needs of diverse customers. In 2016, JetBlue broadened its horizons by serving new communities and encouraging crewmembers to meet their highest potential through crewmember resource groups and mentorship opportunities.

  • Caring

JetBlue flies planes, but it ultimately connects people. In 2016, JetBlue responded to crises and natural disasters in its various communities including the Orlando shootings and Hurricane Matthew. JetBlue For Good also built its 25th playground in an area of need and donated more than $1.5 million to charities. While crewmembers volunteered 170,000 hours for a variety of causes.

To learn more about JetBlue’s long-term responsibility platform and to view the full report, visit


Content from this campaign

JetBlue Crewmember to Crewmember Support
JetBlue crewmembers support each other as well as our customers, including through financial assistance for colleagues in need. Since 2002, the JetBlue Crewmember Crisis Fund (JCCF) has provided crewmembers and their families with short-term assistance during times of personal crisis such as injuries, extended illnesses or losses due to natural disasters. JCCF grants help cover food,...
Jun 27, 2016 11:00 AM ET
JetBlue Crewmember Resource Groups Embrace and Encourage Different Perspectives
JetBlue customers come from different backgrounds and life experiences. A diverse workforce helps us to better understand and respond to their needs. In 2015, we reaffirmed our commitment to recognize the many aspects of diversity at JetBlue. We held activities throughout the year including our annual Respectful Workplace Week, diversity trainings for JetBlue leadership and celebration of...
Jun 7, 2016 10:00 AM ET
JetBlue Crewmembers Care: on the Ground, in the Air
Passionate and engaged crewmembers are essential to the success of JetBlue. Just as crewmembers care for our customers, we also care for each other. From providing education and growth opportunities to supporting crewmember diversity groups, we strive to live our values of Safety, Caring, Integrity, Passion and Fun every day. This starts internally, and carries through to our customers....
May 26, 2016 9:00 AM ET
JetBlue Releases Annual Responsibility Report
To learn more about JetBlue’s long-term responsibility platform and to view the full report, visit
May 17, 2016 9:10 AM ET
JetBlue Crewmembers Build 20th Playground in Partnership with KaBOOM! on Long Island, NY
Children deserve safe places to play in their communities. Sadly, many children across the United States don’t have that chance. Since 2005, we have worked with KaBOOM!, a national nonprofit, to build 20 playgrounds across the United States and Puerto Rico, reaching more than 44,000 children by providing a safe place to play. For nearly 10 years, JetBlue and KaBOOM! have worked together...
Sep 14, 2015 9:00 AM ET