Wired.com's Terminal Man Takes on JetBlue's All You Can Fly Pass

By: Allison Horner - Published: Sep 19, 2009 • References: wired & sleepinginairports.net
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Wired.com bought Brendan Ross, Wired.com’s Terminal Man, the wildly popular JetBlue AllYouCanJet Pass, under special conditions: If he’s off the plane he can’t leave the airport, meaning no hotels. He must fly every day during the month-long pass time limit to complete nearly 68 flights. Read more about it in Ross’s blog, Autopia, on Wired at the link below. Stats for Sleeping in Airports Trending: Older & Chilly
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