JetBlue switching to Pepsi from Coca-Cola

David Oliver
JetBlue customers, be prepared for a major shake-up when you order a soda on your next flight.

JetBlue customers, be prepared for a major shake-up when you order a soda on your next flight: The airline is switching from Coca-Cola to Pepsi starting June 3, apparently channeling the "blue" in its name. 

"We're refreshing our Core complimentary beverage lineup to offer customers excitnig new product options they've asked for, while also bringing sustainability benefits, and controlling growing costs," according to an internal JetBlue communication obtained by USA TODAY. "Most notably, this includes the introduction of Pepsi products to our offering beginning June 3."

And those aren't the only changes: The airline will also begin pouring water from larger bottles to lower cost and waste and will also serve snacks and beverages simultaneously on certain short-haul flights.

FILE - In this July 9, 2015, file photo, Pepsi bottles

The document shows images of several new beverages, including Pepsi and Canada Dry products.

A JetBlue spokesperson confirmed to USA TODAY that new beverages were coming but withheld further details. "JetBlue is always looking for ways to refresh our onboard experience," Julianna Bryan said. "Starting June 3, we will offer a new selection of complimentary beverages on all JetBlue flights. We will share additional details in the coming weeks."

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: JetBlue switching to Pepsi from Coca-Cola