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Jetgreen Airways - Jetblue With A Dress Code

Wed Apr 07, 2004 8:31 am

I saw an advertisement today for the new Irish airline Jetgreen - - it seems to be going against the trend of European LCCs by having a first class section. Its even got a dress code!

First Class passengers, including children, are required to observe our strict dress code which is smart-casual (no jeans, shorts,
t-shirts, trainers, sandals, beach or sports-wear.)

Seems strange for a low cost airline flying primarily to leisure destinations (Malaga, Alicante, Faro) to have first class and a dress code. Anyone know of any other airlines with a dress code?

Moreover it seems to have a lot of frills for a low cost carrier (3 course meal in Economy) though technically I'm not sure it could be classified as a carrier seeing as Icelandair will operate their flights (complete with FI codes).

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RE: Jetgreen Airways - Jetblue With A Dress Code

Wed Apr 07, 2004 9:13 am

Before they try to market their first class product as being upscale and what not they should do something with their website, even Ryanair has a better looking website.
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RE: Jetgreen Airways - Jetblue With A Dress Code

Wed Apr 07, 2004 9:26 am

Ah goody another cheap European rip-off of a great American airline. First Continental Airways, now this... I think if I should require travel from Ireland to a leisure destination I'll fly Aer Lingus...

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RE: Jetgreen Airways - Jetblue With A Dress Code

Wed Apr 07, 2004 9:36 am

It's 1.90 Euros per minute to call in! Sure doesn't sound like JetBlue to me (except for the name and the booking process).

I don't think I'll fly this stuck up airline anytime soon. They seem to be very stuck up, and that doesn't fly in the airline industry.

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RE: Jetgreen Airways - Jetblue With A Dress Code

Wed Apr 07, 2004 11:36 am

Also, when you look into "Standard class" you find the following

Complimentary seat allocation at check-in
They make it sound like they are doing you a favor and it's free!  Laugh out loud Who charges for seat allocation (excluding LCC that just don't allocate seats at check-in)? And a dress code? Do they actually WANT passengers? You won't find many business travelers on a LCC operating a leisure route.

Other than that, the lettering looks a lot like JetBlue.

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