Jetblue Preps For Marketing VP Exit

JetBlue Airways said it is “looking at some people” for its top marketing job but that it is in no hurry to replace vp of marketing Amy Curtis-McIntyre, who is leaving at year’s end for what the carrier called “a personal sabbatical.” Curtis-McIntyre has been with the 5-year-old Forest Hills, N.Y.-based carrier since its inception. Independent The Ad Store, here, handles JetBlue, which spent about $15 million on ads in 2003, per Nielsen Monitor-Plus.