The adventure begins in T5

Since I work for an airline I tend to try to travel as much as I possibly can. When I’m heading out on an adventure, it’s nice to see that my forgetful self can get outfitted from head to toe at T5!  At ExOfficio (a long time favorite of mine) I can get clothes engineered for the active traveler in me. One of my favorite weekend getaways is hiking through the Puerto Rican rainforest El Yunque. Several times a pair of their mosquito repellant pants have saved me from an itchy recovery the next week!  Now it’s nice to knowthat I can stop by the pharmacy for anti-allergy medication and dramamine for motion sickness expecially when your adventure entails lots of bumpy 4-wheeling to get to one of my favorite destinations in the Caribbean  — the brightest bioluminescent bay in the world — located on the south side of Vieques, PR!


3 Responses to The adventure begins in T5

  1. Nancy Fendler says:

    Hi Justin!

    Thanks for the kind words on ExOfficio! Hope all is going well with T5!

  2. Mark Winn says:

    From what I have seen on this site T5 looks awsome!!!!! My question is as a Jet Blue crewmember; When my wife and I travel to JFK on pleasure do we get any Jet Blue discounts on either the food or other businesses with my badge? Please respond. Sincerely, Mark Winn, ground OP, provisioning LGB. 2years and growing. Thanks

  3. jam hunk says:

    T5 looks great, not so the food vendors the quality of food is poor, the quantity is lacking and the prices are outrageous…$15.00 for pasta? Are you kidding me? Even with out Discount a AO person has to work an two hours of work to pay for one meal?


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