JetBlue customers want to see more ads, and it wants to be able to do it without being caught in the middle.
The airline has announced a plan to launch a $2 billion advertising network that it calls “jetblue ad networks.”
That will enable the airline to offer its customers a full-service video ad platform and advertising partnerships, including ads for JetBlue travel, airline credit cards and other products.
That’s important for JetBuses, as they are the largest consumer segment in the U.S.
That said, JetBlue has been slow to roll out the new network.
It’s a major move for the airline, which has been criticized for not making more money from its ads.
JetBlue said it will sell more ads on its own platform.
“We’re looking forward to making this launch an even bigger deal than it already is,” JetBlue CEO Kevin Lynch said in a statement.
“This new network will allow us to offer our customers an advertising platform that is unmatched in the industry, and a full suite of new ways to engage our customers online.”
In addition to ad sales, JetBets will also get a new streaming service, Jetblue Preferred, that will let customers pay with credit cards.
JetBETs customers will be able buy additional JetBlue products and services.
JetBlue is launching a new advertising network called “jetblues ad networks” on its website and in-store at participating locations.
It will launch a JetBlue Preferred streaming service later this year.
JetBlues ad network is the airline’s attempt to compete with Netflix.
It has been trying to get a piece of the $6 billion ad market by selling its own ad inventory and making its ads available to other companies.
But JetBlue is trying to carve out a niche for itself, and its new network is designed to do just that.
“JetBlue Preferred will allow JetBlues customers to access JetBlue’s ad inventory, including JetBlue branded ads, through an integrated advertising platform and partner partnerships,” Lynch said.
“We will also offer JetBlue Preferred to JetBlue loyalists and fans.”
The network will also include ad inventory from other companies, including Disney and Hulu.