JetBlue, Dunkin' Donuts Mark Ties In Boston
JetBlue Airways Corp. is surprising 43 people spotted holding a cup of Dunkin Donuts coffee in Boston with a free round-trip flight to any of its destinations out of the city.
JetBlue plans to offer the free tickets on Friday to mark the announcement that Dunkin' Donuts will continue as the exclusive coffee provider on all its flights. JetBlue has served more than 28 million cups of coffee from the Canton-based coffee-and-doughnut chain since the partnership began in 2006.
JetBlue is based in New York, but Boston has become one of its important centers to its business. JetBlue started flying out of the city in 2004 and will fly passengers to 43 destinations from Logan International Airport by Dec. 15, which is the most of any airline from the facility.
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