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PICTURES: JetBlue debuts special livery for Puerto Rico

JetBlue Airways has unveiled Bluericua, a special livery dedicated to Puerto Rico on an Airbus A320.

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The bright blue livery on the aircraft, registered N779JB, was designed with the help of JetBlue employees based in Puerto Rico. JetBlue operates a focus city at San Juan, and is Puerto Rico's largest airline.

The livery features several symbols of Puerto Rico's culture, including the national hibiscus flower and a single star that was inspired by the Puerto Rican flag.

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JetBlue operates up to 48 daily flights between Puerto Rico and 13 cities in mainland USA, the US Virgin Islands and the Dominican Republic. Earlier this year, the airline returned to pre-hurricane capacity at the island, after the impact of Hurricane Maria in September 2017.

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