JetBlue Seeks Volunteers To Test New Terminal JetBlue is making its frequent flyers a very special offer: Go to JFK International Airport to try its new terminal. The airline hopes to lure a thousand volunteers for its fake flights — with giveaways and free parking. Pretend passengers will check bags, go through security, then wait at the gate.
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JetBlue Seeks Volunteers To Test New Terminal

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RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.

JetBlue is making its frequent flyers a very special offer. How about coming out to JFK International Airport to try out JetBlue's new terminal? They'll get to check their bags, go through security, and then wait at the gate. JetBlue will provide the bags. Its pretend passengers will provide, let's see, the suffering? The airline is hoping to lure a thousand volunteers for its fake flights — with giveaways and free parking.

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