With up to four daily flights to Boston, JetBlue’s white aircraft is a staple at Pittsburgh International Airport. But not all JetBlue liveries are the same.
Jonathan Forant (@jonnyaviation) proved it with this photo of a JetBlue aircraft just as it took off from Boston Logan International Airport. The plane’s tail is made up of mint and white-colored blocks, making its name, the First Mint Livery, quite fitting.
The first plane to showcase the new minty design was an Airbus A321 back in June 2023. This particular livery was designed to stand out; from the large airline logo on the side of the plane’s body to its mint wing tips, it’s hard to miss this blue beauty. Lucky plane spotters might even be able to catch a shot of the JetBlue logo on the belly of the aircraft.
While JetBlue soared out of Boston, Laura Woodside submitted this airplane window shot over Portugal. She took off from Lisbon Airport at just the right time, capturing a sunset over the clouds.
Thanks, Jonathan and Laura!
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A window shot of a sunrise from a flight departing Lisbon, Portugal. (Photo submitted by Laura Woodside)