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JetBlue marks anniversary of JFK terminal

New York-based low-cost carrier JetBlue Airways (NASDAQ: JBLU) said it is marking the fifth anniversary of its Terminal 5 hometown terminal at John F Kennedy International Airport.

The terminal, designed by Gensler and created in collaboration with Turner Construction Co, Arup, AECOM (as DMJM Harris) and Rockwell Group, has served more than 50m customers over the five years it has been open.

JetBlue launched its Live From T5 concert series in 2009, featuring artists such as Ellie Goulding, Goodie Mob with CeeLo Green, Chris Isaak, Sarah McLachlan, Phillip Phillips, Robyn, Emeli Sande, Taylor Swift, Il Volo and The Wanted.

Recently, JetBlue partnered with Air Ventures and Royal Waste Services to collect leftover food from participating T5 restaurants and repurpose it for composting at McEnroe Organic Farm in upstate New York.

Between October 29 to 31, JetBlue will host a Greenmarket at T5, featuring food and products from upstate New York.

JetBlue carries 30m customers a year to 79 cities in the US, Caribbean and Latin America with an average of 750 daily flights.

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