JetBlue said Tuesday it was sending its parents advisory on parents’ travel to parents’ advisory groups.
The social media company has had a strong relationship with the travel advisory groups that it uses for parent advisory groups for some years, including with the National Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
The company said it has a strong partnership with the parents advisory groups to provide parents with information that will help parents plan for the trip.
“We encourage parents to stay informed of important issues and to share what’s happening in their families,” said JB spokeswoman Nicole Hahn.
The airline said it is also using its travel advisory group to share its latest information on safety.
JetBlue has more than 6,500 parent advisory group members.
The parent advisory posts are updated every few days, and the posts are often updated after a new update is posted by the airline.
Jetblue, which also has more then 3,000 parent advisory members, has also issued alerts on some of the top health topics including smoking cessation, the importance of breastfeeding, and infant nutrition.
The airlines parent advisory program also allows parents to request information and to request the names of airlines staff and others who can help with their questions.
JetBlue has said it’s “not in a position to comment on any potential updates to its aircraft or their flying routes,” but that the airline is working with its pilots to improve the efficiency of its routes.
The company said last week that it was “reviewing its aviation portfolio to improve efficiency and performance.”
JetBlue CEO Tom Fitzgerald told investors that the company has also been working with regulators to improve its airworthiness and safety.
JetBlue’s decision comes after a number of other airlines announced last week they were suspending flights to certain airports in the U.S. over safety concerns.
In a press release Friday, JetBlue said it was suspending the flights of its Boeing 737 MAX and Boeing 777-300ER planes in both Minneapolis-St. Paul and Seattle and suspending the service of the 737 MAX in Chicago.
“We are not in a situation where we have a clear plan to resolve this issue and we cannot share it with the public right now,” Fitzgerald said.
On Thursday, United Airlines announced that it would suspend service between the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport.
Last week, Delta Air Lines also announced that its flights between Atlanta and New York’s JFK airport were suspended.
United has since cancelled all flights to and from Minneapolis and Chicago.