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Topic: Airlines

JetBlue isn't laughing at Steven Slater jokes

Whatever else JetBlue takes away from the Steven Slater episode, this lesson should be near the top: Next time, don't get into it with Andy Borowitz. Read the back-and-forth…

JetBlue flight attendant: a PR hero or zero?

JetBlue is no stranger to bad PR. Just look back at the Valentine's Day storm of 2007. But this week, we have a much more interesting crisis at JetBlue:…

Spirit Airlines knows you enjoy oily beaches

Spirit Airlines, whose previous attempts at humor have included a Tiger Woods-themed sale, has now put together a tasteless oil-spill-related promotion (themed "Best Protection," or "BP") for flights to…

Dirty girls clean up Russian carrier's aircraft

Paris Hilton's car-wash spot for Carl's Jr. was alright, but it pales in comparison to this plane-wash spot for Russian airline Avianova, in which a bunch of bikini babes…

American Airlines ad quietly salutes military

There's some pretty superb and subtle acting going on in this American Airlines spot, "Putting Them First," which highlights the carrier's pre-boarding for active military personnel. The ad, by…

For Winsor, crowdsourcing is a family affair

You have to hand it to John Winsor, former Crispin exec and founder of Victors & Spoils. He really walks the walk when it comes to his belief in…

AirTran, Southwest trade advertising insults

AirTran and Southwest are having a nice little scuffle in their latest ads. First, Southwest came out with a TV spot showing its "rampers" on the tarmac taunting a…

Spirit Airlines remains classy with latest ad

Spirit Airlines sure likes its risque house ads. Following up on on its Tiger Woods sale, the low-rent airline's copywriter has some juvenile fun with a winter promotion…

Air New Zealand cougar contest is grounded

You may remember Air New Zealand from when they slathered their flight staff with body paint last year. Now, their latest campaign is right on target with the…

JetBlue has gift ideas for non-JetBlue fliers

Traditional agencies are far more likely to messenger me things than digital shops are. Maybe it's the bigger budgets, or the belief in old-school delivery channels. It also…

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