On December 14, 2007, American low-cost airline JetBlue Airways filed to protect the trademark Jetiquette in relation to a variety of goods and services related to their airline and travel businesses.
But wait! Mork’s not sure if JetBlue is cleared for takeoff on this one. On November 26, 2007, Florida-based also filed to protect the trademark Jetiquette in relation to customer service training for airline industry professionals. The Sky Steward appears to be the nickname of a flamboyant fellow named Gailen David, a “seasoned airline professional, International Purser, motivational speaker and customer service expert” … oh, and cameraman. Mork wonders what the proper “jetiquette” is for trademark disputes!
Also, not satisfied with the clever Jetiquette mark, JetBlue went full-throttle and also filed to protect the trademarks Happy Jetting, Jet Fares, Jet Class, Jet Fairy, Jetaways and Jetport. You go, JetBlue!
The happyjetting domains (.com, .net and .org) were all scooped up on November 8,2007. While the domains are currently inactive, you can bet JetBlue has some happy little websites in the works for us. HTMLicious!
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