JetBlue is about to go private, but the airline will keep some of its services, including its customer service.
The New York-based airline is going public on Nasdaq, but it will keep many of the services, like the ones it currently provides for its customers, including phone calls, emails and text messages.
The new company will be called JetBlue Group Inc., and its shares will be valued at about $9 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
The stock has been rising, rising from $20 a share a year ago to $29 on Tuesday.
The company said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday that it will begin offering the services in 2019.
The filing also said JetBlue will cut costs and cut costs further in 2020.
The carrier is trying to grow its business in the wake of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris and London.
The attacks have strained the airline, which has suffered from delays and cancellations.
JetBlue will not be able to sell its planes, but its customers will still be able buy tickets and pay for travel.
The airline has also decided to sell a limited number of its planes in the U.S.