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About JetBlue Airways
JetBlue Airways Corporation, known as JetBlue, is an American low-cost airline and the fifth largest airline in the United States. The airline is based at John F. Kennedy International Airport and headquartered in the Long Island City neighbourhood of the New York City borough of Queens.
JetBlue mainly flies to destinations within the United States, along with services that include: The Bahamas, Caribbean, Bermuda, Barbados, Costa Rica, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Grenada, Jamaica, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago. JetBlue serves over 95 destinations in the U.S., South America, Latin America and the Caribbean.
JetBlue Airways was has a four-star Skytrax award rating, making JetBlue Airways one of two carriers in the United States alongside Virgin America.
JetBlue has codeshare agreements with many airlines, such as; Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, Air China, Air India, All Nippon Airways (ANA), Asiana Airlines, Avianca, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Japan Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, TAM Airlines and TAP Portugal.
JetBlue's fleet consists of a mix of Airbus and Embraer aircraft. The airline is constantly updating and upgrading its fleet to bring in the newest generation of aircraft and has over 250 different jets in service.
JetBlue Airways Frequent Flyer Program
JetBlue Airways offers a Frequent Flyer programme called TrueBlue. One of the many perks of the TrueBlue frequent flyer programme is that you can use your points on any JetBlue flight at any given time.
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JetBlue Airways Baggage Allowance
Hand Baggage (Carry-On) - Each passenger may bring onboard 1 personal item (purse, briefcase, laptop, etc.) plus 1 carry-on bag. All carry-on bags must not exceed 22" L (55.88 cm) x 14" W (35.56 cm) x 9" H (22.86 cm), including wheels/handles, on all of our aircraft types.
All personal items must not exceed 17" L (43.2 cm) x 13" W (33 cm) x 8" H (20.32 cm), including wheels/handles, on all of our aircraft types. Personal items must be placed underneath the seat in front of you.
For checked luggage, this will depend on the fare option a passenger has chosen.
Blue Plus and Blue Flex fares include free baggage allowances. For Blue Plus fares, one bag under 22.68kg (50 lb) is included in the fare, and for Blue Flex fares, two bags under 22.68kg (50 lb) each are included in the fare.
JetBlue Speciality Items and Sports Equipment
Bicycles, surfboards, kitesurfs and windsurfs are accepted as part of your checked baggage allowance. These items will incur an additional charge but will not be subject to oversized baggage fees. For more information on JetBlue's bicycle policy as well as information on how to check a bike please see our FAQ page on "Flying with a Bike."
Pets, Emotional Support Animals and Service Animals on JetBlue
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JetBlue Airways Popular Routes
Santo Domingo New York
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Santiago New York
Long Beach San Fransisco
Orlando New York
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John F. Kennedy International Airport
John F. Kennedy International Airport is a major international airport located in Queens, New York City, United States, 12 miles southeast of Lower Manhattan. It is the busiest international air passenger gateway in the United States, handling 53,254,362 passengers in 2014.
Over seventy airlines operate out of the airport, with non-stop or direct flights to destinations in all six inhabited continents. The airport features six passenger terminals, four runways, and serves as a hub for American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and is the primary operating base for JetBlue Airways.
JetBlue Airways News
29th June 2018
JetBlue Airways is looking to fly to Cuba more often
JetBlue has put in a request to increase the number of times it operates services to Havana, Cuba. The airline is awaiting the government to approve a number of new routes, one of which is a new service from Boston.
From 10th November 2018, JetBlue will fly a service between Logan International Airport (BOS), Boston and José Martí International Airport (HAV), Havana, once a week on a Saturday. The flight is expected to take 4 hours and 15 minutes.
From 4th November 2018, JetBlue will increase the number of times it flies between Fort Lauderdale and Havana from 13 times a week to 19 times a week. The carrier will fly between Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and José Martí International Airport (HAV) with three different services running six times a week. On the seventh day, JetBlue will offer just one service. JetBlue has listed an expected flight time of 1 hour and 20 minutes.
24th May 2018
JetBlue's growth plan
Orlando Airport authorities just leaked some plans and predictions for future growth. In approving an expansion to an ongoing terminal project, the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority revealed that JetBlue plans to offer more than 100 daily departures from Orlando in the coming years. This is do that Jeblue can take on American airline giant Southwest Airlines. The carrier hopes to have 200 departures from Boston, its number 1 hub, in the upcoming years. The turbulent conditions have forced JetBlue to restrict its departures from two of its smallest hubs, San Juan and Long Beach, both in California.
23rd October 2017
JetBlue's newest destination: Minneapolis/St. Paul
JetBlue says the metro area had been the largest U.S. market it did not serve. The Twin Cities also add a Midwestern dot to the airline’s route map, which is otherwise fairly spartan in the region.
JetBlue’s Minneapolis/St. Paul (MSP) flights begin on May 3, when it starts a schedule of three daily round-trip flights to its hub in Boston. The carrier will use Airbus A320 aircraft on the route.
“As the largest airline in Boston we are answering calls from our customers who have long asked us to offer our great service and low fares on this important route,” John Checketts, JetBlue’s VP network planning, says in a statement. “And adding Minneapolis/Saint Paul to our map will give Twin Cities travelers a refreshing new choice in the air with JetBlue’s long list of perks not matched by any other airline in the market.”
The arrival of JetBlue was lauded by MSP airport officials.
17th August 2017
Azul and JetBlue announce codeshare agreement
Seamless Connections from Brazil to many destinations in the US via Fort Lauderdale and Orlando.
Azul announced its new partnership with JetBlue Airways through a unilateral codeshare agreement. Azul will place its "AD" code on JetBlue flights between several destinations and JetBlue's focus cities in Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood (FLL) and Orlando (MCO). From both Florida gateways Azul operates nonstop service to the airline's hub at Sao Paulo, Brazil's Viracopos International Airport (VCP) and Recife (REC).
Customers purchasing a codeshare itinerary will benefit from having a single ticket issued by Azul that includes flights operated by both Azul and JetBlue and the customer friendly convenience of thru check-in and baggage transfer.
"The agreement with JetBlue is an important addition to Azul's international portfolio, expanding our service to popular destinations served by JetBlue. Our customers can now make fast and convenient connections to several cities in the US, such as Boston and New York (JFK)," said David Neeleman, Founder and Chairman of Azul. "I am extremely proud that both Azul and JetBlue are in the top 5 of the worlds' best airlines as rated by TripAdvisor so I am very excited to be able to bring these industry leading services together for our customers."
"We're pleased that customers booking Azul travel will be able to benefit from convenient connections through JetBlue's growing list of destinations from our Florida focus cities,"said Robin Hayes, president and CEO, JetBlue.
Azul is Brazil's largest airline by number of destinations served with more than 100 cities served in Brazil and abroad. In 2017, Azul was elected as the world's third best airline by TripAdvisor and was named for the seventh consecutive time by Skytrax World Airline Awards as the "Best Low-Cost Airline in South America" and for the second time as the "Best Staff in South America."
Azul offers more than 40 channels of free live TV on its flights in Brazil as well as free unlimited snacks and drinks. On international flights, operated by A330 jets, Azul offers sophisticated comfort in three classes of service – Azul Business, with lie-flat seats and direct aisle access, Economy Extra and Economy, with modern entertainment such as the Panasonic eX3 IFE system, mood lighting and the ultra-innovative SkySofa where 4 seats convert into a comfortable and spacious sofa in the sky.
JetBlue has approximately 1.000 daily flights to 101 cities in the United States, the Caribbean and Latin America. It is the leading airline in Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, Orlando and San Juan, and has New York as its hub of operations. JetBlue carries an average of 38 millions of customers annually. Like Azul, JetBlue offers snacks and beverages at no additional cost as well as live TV and more legroom in seats.
8th August 2017
Air Berlin has announced it has signed a co-operation agreement with jetBlue Airways wherein the German carrier's customers will be able to connect to thirty-one jetBlue destinations across the United States from hubs at New York JFK, Orlando Int'l, and Chicago O'Hare initially.
According to a press release, the first connecting flights will run from September 12.
“We are delighted that we have a new, strong partner at our side with jetBlue, in the important growth market in the USA. This is only the beginning of our co-operation. Together, we are working to extend our partnership in the coming months," Götz Ahmelmann, Air Berlin's Chief Commercial Officer, said.
The two carriers expected to cooperate through their respective frequent flyer programs in the future. Air Berlin has been forced to find a new US partner after a similar partnership with Oneworld alliance partner American Airlines had been terminated by its former US partner effective March 2017.
JetBlue announced a series of expanded and new nonstop routes in its Boston and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood focus cities as the airline continues to grow its presence in the northeast and in south Florida. JetBlue is the largest airline in both cities and today’s announcement further reaffirms the airline’s commitment to offer the most and best service in Boston and Fort Lauderdale.
JetBlue announced it was expanding its service to St. Maarten
According to the online magazine, the carrier will be adding a second daily roundtrip flight between John F. Kennedy Airport and St. Maarten’s Princess Juliana International Airport SXM over the Christmas peak and on the Saturdays before and after Thanksgiving this year. JetBlue also announced that it would be adding new seasonal service between Boston and St. Maarten. Boston has been a growing Caribbean hub for JetBlue, with new routes added from Boston to the Caribbean in recent years, including to Haiti and Barbados, among other destinations. JetBlue first introduced the New York-St. Maarten route last fall.
JetBlue had applied to the DOT for seven additional Cuba frequencies for proposed use from November 1, 2017.
The New York-based LCC requested an additional six weekly frequencies in order to provide increased non-stop service between Fort Lauderdale Int'l, Florida and Havana Int'l, Cuba, and to inaugurate the first ever non-stop service between Boston, Massachusetts and Havana, Cuba.
On the latter route, it has requested a 1x weekly frequency. jetBlue currently provides daily non-stop service from New York JFK to Havana, daily non-stop service from Orlando Int'l to Havana, and a 13x weekly service from Fort Lauderdale to Havana.
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