The Mission: 31 Days of Flights, no more than 12 hours on the ground at a time.

14 Aug
2009

On August 12, 2009 JetBlue Airways announced their All You Can Jet promotion.  For $599 you could book unlimited flights between any JetBlue destination.   On August 13th, 2009: We hatched a plan.  Joe and I would travel to as many destinations as possible during that time period.  The catch, we wouldn’t allow ourselves to spend more than 12 hours at a time on the ground.

We invite you to join us on this journey, we know that we’ll need your support.  Help us plan, help us party, help keep us sane.

You can work with us in the following ways:

Contribute to the Wiki: http://wiki.twelvehoursinacity.com (We need to know what there is to do in a city when we land).

Follow us on Twitter:

Subscribe to our RSS feed: RSS Feed

Comment on the blog (We’re love your support).

Thanks for your continued support and contributions to the project!

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4 Responses to The Mission: 31 Days of Flights, no more than 12 hours on the ground at a time.

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Gabriel Ruzin

August 15th, 2009 at 1:29 pm

This is officially the most brilliant idea ever. I mostly suck at Wiki-editing but I’ll try to put something together for my home city, Denver, for you guys before you head out.

Good luck on getting sponsors and tips. Everyone should go on one epic road trip at least once in their life. Hope you have a great time. Make sure you ask around for places to crash. Comfortable couches will soon become important. hehe

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Joe and Clark

August 16th, 2009 at 5:35 pm

Thanks Gabriel, We look forward to your contribution. Thanks for the support.

~Joe and Clark

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Jeff

August 18th, 2009 at 10:03 pm

Sounds like a fun time!

Might I suggest putting a name of each city with the numbers on your map? I put my mouse over the numbers expecting to see the cities… so I could anticipate where you’ll be when!

I will definitely be watching this trip, hoping to take part in the experience as you go through it! Just let us know where you’re going as most people probably don’t know the airport codes! :)

Be safe, God bless and have a great trip!

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Joe and Clark

August 19th, 2009 at 6:19 am

Hi Jeff,
Your comments have been noted. Thanks for following along!

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