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JetBlue Airways teams up with LimoRes.net
JetBlue Airways has announced a partnership with LimoRes.net, the leading revolutionary online ground transportation provider, to provide customers with the option to book exclusive discount rates on www.jetblue.com/cars. The partnership will offer quality car service in most JetBlue destinations, including Boston, Fort Lauderdale, L.A./Long Beach, New York City, Orlando and Washington, D.C./Dulles.
This new car service option provides JetBlue's customers with an additional level of comfort and service that comes with pre-booking ground transportation with knowledgeable, professional and reliable car service and limo providers. This option allows travelers to reserve the service online for a ride to or from the airport, including prompt curbside pick-up and drop-off by a local driver with GPS equipment to ensure efficient and stress-free travel to the final destination. For a small additional fee, customers can also elect to be picked-up inside the airport upon arrival.
"We were impressed with the high standards LimoRes.net has for their car fleet and staff as well as the quality service it provides to its customers," said Mike Messeroff, Manager of Business Development for JetBlue Airways. "This relationship allows us to pass on exclusive savings for our customers, providing them with valuable travel options both on the ground and in the air."
LimoRes.net founder and CEO Alex Mashinsky added, "Our vision for LimoRes.net as the premier affordable global car service coincides perfectly with the JetBlue brand and customer experience."
To take advantage of this service, customers may book on www.jetblue.com/cars at least 20 minutes prior to their desired pick-up time (times may vary by location). Rates vary depending on the location. The program complements JetBlue's current rental car partnerships across the nation and in the Caribbean.
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