Fort Lauderdale, FL → New York
Fort Lauderdale, FL → Santo Domingo
Fort Lauderdale, FL → San Jose
Fort Lauderdale, FL → Bogota
Fort Lauderdale, FL → Port au Prince
Fort Lauderdale, FL → Cartagena
Fort Lauderdale, FL → Cancun
Fort Lauderdale, FL → Boston
Fort Lauderdale, FL → Newark - Nj
Fort Lauderdale, FL → Lima
New York → Fort Lauderdale, FL
New York → Chicago
New York → San Francisco
New York → San Juan
New York → Washington, D.C. (Arlington County), VA
New York → Boston
New York → Lima
New York → Montego Bay
New York → Port au Prince
New York → Phoenix
Orlando → Newark - Nj
Orlando → Austin, TX
Orlando → Mexico City
Orlando → Richmond, VA
Orlando → San Juan
Orlando → Baltimore, MD
Orlando → New York
Orlando → Bogota
Orlando → Buffalo
Orlando → Washington, D.C. (Arlington County), VA
Boston → Baltimore, MD
Boston → Fort Lauderdale, FL
Boston → Houston
Boston → Washington, D.C. (Arlington County), VA
Boston → Chicago
Boston → Dallas
Boston → West Palm Beach, FL
Boston → Tampa
Boston → Las Vegas
Boston → Los Angeles
Newark - Nj → Orlando
Newark - Nj → Fort Lauderdale, FL
Newark - Nj → Chicago
Newark - Nj → Bogota
Newark - Nj → Los Angeles
Newark - Nj → Mexico City
Newark - Nj → Savannah, GA
Newark - Nj → Santo Domingo
Newark - Nj → San Juan
Newark - Nj → Santiago de los caballeros
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All passengers are permitted one carry–on bag (such as a suitcase, backpack, garment bag, or pet carrier) and one personal item (such as a purse, briefcase, or laptop bag) for no additional charge. To fit in the aircraft's overhead bin, the maximum size for a carry–on bag is 24" L x 16" W x 10" H (60 x 40 x 25 cm). To fit under the seat, the maximum size is 17" L x 13" W x 11" H (43 x 33 x 27 cm) when traveling on an Airbus A321 aircraft or 18" L x 15" W x 8" H (45 x 38 x 20 cm) when traveling on an Airbus A320 or E190 aircraft. JetBlue currently does not have any weight restrictions for carry–on baggage. The following items do not count towards passengers' carry–on baggage allowance: duty–free items, one diaper bag and one car seat for passengers traveling with an infant, mobility devices such as wheelchairs, canes, and walkers, and personal items such as coats and umbrellas. For options and requirements concerning mobility devices, sports equipment and musical instruments as either carry–on or checked baggage, please consult the JetBlue Airways website or its customer service center.
All passengers are permitted to check one bag free of charge. The bag must not exceed 62 inches in its overall dimensions (length + width + height) or 50 pounds in weight. Fees apply for checking a second bag, third bag or more. Note: passengers traveling to/from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Peru or Trinidad & Tobago are limited to two checked bags. Note: boxes will not be accepted as checked baggage on international flights.
Fees for overweight and/or oversized baggage will be assessed and collected during check–in. Oversized bags are those measuring between 63–80 inches in total dimension – those over 80 inches will not be accepted. Overweight bag fees are charged based on the categories of 51–70 pounds or 71–99 pounds – bags weighing more than 99 pounds will not be accepted. Note: the overweight and oversized bag fees are separate and both may apply to one item.
All checked baggage must be checked at the airport at least 30 minutes before scheduled departure time for domestic flights or 60 minutes for international flights.
JetBlue Airways offers online check–in 24 hours to 30 minutes before domestic flights and 24 hours to 60 minutes before international flights. To check–in online, passengers must enter their first and last name, departure city, and JetBlue confirmation number. Note: online check–in is not available for passengers who are traveling with a pet or service animal, as part of a group of 10 or more, on standby, or who have purchased an extra seat or are bringing extra baggage on their flight, or who are unaccompanied minors.
Check–in using a JetBlue airport kiosk is available 6 hours before scheduled departure times. For check–in at a JetBlue service counter, the check–in time varies by airport. Specific details for each airport can be found on the JetBlue website. Passengers are advised to allow sufficient time for check–in, baggage drop, and security clearance – especially during holidays and peak travel times. For passengers with checked luggage, the check–in cut–off time is 30 minutes before a domestic flight or 60 minutes before an international flight. JetBlue will not be responsible for expenses incurred due to late check–in.
Passengers must be at the boarding gate 15 minutes prior to scheduled departure time for domestic flights and 20 minutes prior for international flights. Passengers arriving to the gate after these cut–off times may be denied boarding and will not be entitled to any compensation. When boarding, passengers will need to present their boarding pass and photo ID if they are 18 years or older. (For unaccompanied minors, please consult the airline on requirements and boarding procedures.) The JetBlue boarding procedure begins with silent boarding for passengers who have requested boarding assistance. Next, priority boarding is offered for Mosaic and Even More Space customers who have upgraded their seat assignments. Pre–boarding is then offered for families traveling with children under the age of two or anyone needing additional assistance. General boarding then begins with 5 row increments used, with passengers seated at the back of the aircraft called first. Unaccompanied minors are boarded last.
JetBlue's frequent flyer program is called TrueBlue. Members earn TrueBlue points per $1 USD spent on JetBlue flights. Bonus TrueBlue points can be earned through partner credit cards and by reaching travel thresholds, such as 5,000 bonus points when you purchase and fly 3 roundtrip JetBlue flights in one calendar year. TrueBlue reward points never expire. There are no black–out dates. They can be redeemed for one–way flights (5,000 points) and round–trip flights (10,000 points) Families can pool their points in order to redeem reward flights more quickly. Government taxes and fees on the reward flights are additional.
JetBlue was founded in 1999 by the Brazilian–American entrepreneur David Neeleman. Originally suggested names for the airline were NewAir and Taxi. The airline is headquartered in Queens, New York, and its main hub is John F. Kennedy International Airport. JetBlue operates a diverse fleet including Airbus A320, Airbus A321, and Embraer 190 aircraft. Most JetBlue aircraft have a name that includes the world "blue". As part of the JetBlue experience, all passengers enjoy a world–class seat with a movable headrest, an in–flight entertainment system featuring up to 100 free channels of DirectTV and SiriusXM Radio, a power plug at every seat, and Fly–Fi in–flight internet access. JetBlue offers service to more than 80 destinations in 12 countries including Aruba, the Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Columbia, Costa Rica, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Saint Maarten, and Puerto Rica. JetBlue's main focus is the northeast USA and it operates hundreds of daily flights to/from New York's JFK Airport and Boston's Logan Airport. In order to expand its services to Europe, Asia, and Africa, JetBlue has entered partnerships with overseas airlines including Virgin Atlantic Airways, Lufthansa, Cathay Pacific, British Airways, Aer Lingus, Turkish Airlines, Emirates, Jet Airways, Air China, and South African Airlines.
Flight got delayed 5 times. Service was horrible. Didn't get home until next. Had to change gate after technical difficulties from first planeHoney
Esperaba llegar al aeropuerto a las 11:00am para realizar otros compromisos. Sin embargo aterrizamos en Liberia guanacaste y llegue a mi destino a las 8:00 pm sin alimentación de la aerolíneaAuria Patricia Leon Espinoza
I were very upset with my round trip flight. It was delayed both ways plus the idea of carry on bags charges made my flight to be expensive. I don't if I will fly again with Sprint or JetBlue again.osmare
Before getting thou security the line were very line and the wait time was about 1hour before getting thou the security gate.Iliana
The flight rating is only because of Jet Blue. I will never ever fly in Spirit Airlines. Spirit does not participate in the TSA program.Ed
SPIRIT AIRLINE MAY HAVE THE BEST PRICE, BUT ALL ADDITIONAL CHARGES THAT WERE NOT MADE KNOWN MAKE THEM THE HIGHEST PRICE AND WORST IN TERMS OF CUSTOMER RELATIONS. JUST IMAGING I HAVE TO PAY $3 FOR 500ML WATER.BROOKLYN
I made a mistake making my reservation how ever I have yet to receive a message indicating the return of my funds to my account.Disgruntled
We had to wait on the plane for about 20 minutes because of the weather on one flight. We would have rather waited in the airport.nikki
Plane was 3 hrs late taking off with no notice until I was already at the airport. No excuses why I wasn't notified. Giving us a coke at the gate was not acceptable for such a long delay. VERY POOR SERVICE.Terry
JetBlue services were good. I found united airlines treated us unfavorabley/prejudicially. United split our kids away from us, did not had the courtesy to keep the kids next to one of us, even though I requested it after they change our seats to another white family. It was my first and last time experience with United.shashi
I felt that jet blue was very accommodating on my trip to and from and I really appreciated the service.Susie
the flight itself was okay. however, I had a problem with the reservation. you were declined by my citi credit card and I therefore called spirit directly and they charged me fifty dollars more and the next day you were accepted by citi and I had two flights going to florida. I was suppose to be reimbursed what you charged and I did not get the credit. I will therefore not take spirit or deal with you.mary
Jetblue service as always very good. only downside on my return they were short a Flight Attendant and after a 2 hour wait the one that came had the worse attitude.Judy
Although a checked bag was not included as stated in the purchase the overall price was still cheaper Then other sellersJames
I'm still waiting for the refund of $ 251.00 since July, I will look for a lawyer so I can see my rights !!Juliana Silva
We were very dissappointed with our connective flight in Puerto Rico with two and a half hour delay because our plane had to go to Saint Croix before taking us as per the crew staff explain, offering just an apology. Never ever fly again with this airline !!!Zoilin
Error on my ticket that was changed within 5 minutes of purchase yet I was charged heavily for the adjustment. Flight was delayed by 6 hours which cause an issue for me being picked up at airport. Horrible experience would never purchase from you guys againCelia
I have a 3 years old girl , and each of one was placed in a different seat , and when we reached the gate , they didnt fix it correctly ,so at the end , we had to ask someone to move by ourselves (no one came to help us) , and the flight attendee didnt help us as well. on the other hand , on our way back it was a much better experience ... and the team really helped us .Gabi
Flight was a problem, return flight was an issue however since there was a 9 hour layover that I was not informed of before purchase of the ticket.GG
The agent on Turkish very poorly treated their customers. I am not going to travel with Turkish airline anymore.NigNag
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