When ads become reality: JetBlue charging for pillows

The U.S. No. 7 carrier said it will no longer provide pillows, but passengers on flights longer than two hours can buy a pillow and blanket kit for $7, which the airline is touting as healthy and eco-friendly.

And by eco-friendly they mean it gets them something green.

JetBlue, official airline of the Penguins of Irony.

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