I went to JetBlue Airlines at Kennedy airport for the Blue Horizons experience. Blue Horizons is a program for children with autism. I went with my mom, dad and my sister Theresa. I had to take my shoes off. I went through airport security. I waited for the plane to arrive. I met the pilot. I had to put on my seat belt. I had a snack of Doritos chips. I watched an episode of "SpongeBob SquarePants" on TV. The plane was empty. The plane drove around the runway. The plane was not scary. I had a lot of fun. I got a T-shirt and travel bag to take home after I got off the plane. I recommend this to kids because now I am no longer scared to get on an airplane.

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