JetBlue Takes $115 Million From US Treasury Loan
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JetBlue Airways, a carrier based in the United States out of New York Kennedy, Fort Lauderdale, Boston, Orlando, and Los Angeles has now taken $115 million from the government forum the treasury loan. The COO of JetBlue, Joanna Geraghty said
(We [JetBlue]) are hopeful that authorities will do the right thing for the industry. However, the sensitive nature of the process means that thousands of jobs are at risk across the nation.
Complying with their safety from the ground up measures, they also announced that they will be doing Covid test from home, with simple flying quoting
The test is an at-home saliva test that is administered via an online video connection through Vault Health. The test supervisor is on the video connection who ensures the customer is providing the sample correctly. Then, the sample is overnighted to a lab that processes and analyzes the specimen. Results are provided to customers in 72 hours or less. This test meets the medical standard for many jurisdictions as a PCR test.
I’m really excited to see where these new safety measures takes them, and how they will do as a company after the pandemic.
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