JetBlue Unveils New Jets-Green Airplane

The New York Jets and JetBlue together have created the latest homage to Gang Green -- an A320 Airbus painted green and white and adorned with the team's logo.

The plane was unveiled Friday at JetBlue's Hangar 81 at JFK International Airport by Jets CEO Woody Johnson, JetBlue CEO Dave Barger and former and current Jets players including Curtis Martin.

Guests at the event had the opportunity to win two tickets on the Jets friends-and-family charter flight to Denver to watch the showdown with the Broncos on October 16.

The plane's look was created by T.J. McCormick, JetBlue's head of brand design, and includes a green belly, green wing tips and tail, with a large green Jets logo along the fuselage and the image of a Jets helmet towards the rear of the craft.

For more information on the promo airplane check out the JetBlue blog.

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