The airliner showcased its imagination on Wednesday, and one of its more notable depictions featured Glass displaying navigation directions for those trying to find the baggage claim area. Other mockups envisioned Glass pointing travelers to open outlets at the boarding gate, calculating taxi fares for destinations, etc.
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JetBlue also told Google (via the #ifihadglass hashtag) that it would “continue to help the world view air travel through a whole new lens” if it had Google Glass.
Google’s Glass contest closed Feb. 27.
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