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JetBlue Airways Domestic Flights

Buy JetBlue Airways Domestic Flights

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Why buy JetBlue Airways domestic flights?

JetBlue is an American airline, connecting major cities and cultural/business hubs through its extensive route network across the expansive country. JetBlue is the seventh largest airline in the United States (by passengers carried). The airline is best known for being affordable, while also offering a reliable, comfortable, and premium experience.

While the airline can be described as a low-cost carrier, it also offers all passengers (even Economy passengers, and on domestic flights!) a high-class experience, which includes more legroom, a frequent flyer program, WiFi, an (on some aircraft) an entertainment system.

JetBlue has hubs across the country, although its primary hub is John F. Kennedy International Airport, in Queens, New York City. The following are key focus cities for the airline: Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, New York–JFK, Orlando, San Juan. A focus city means that from that airport, the airline operates a limited number of ‘point-to-point’ routes — therefore primarily catering to the local market, rather than for those travelling on onward connections.

Top Tip: JetBlue features in our informative guide to domestic flights within the U.S., which includes a list of all airline, popular routes, and FAQs. 


The airline flies between cities across the U.S., including New York JFK, Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Long Beach, Washington-National, Newark and Tampa. The following are the airline's top domestic cities, by amount of daily departures:

  • New York, JFK
  • Boston
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Orlando
  • Newark
  • Washinton, National
  • Tampa

Below is a table of all domestic destinations that the airline serves:

AlaskaAnchorageTed Stevens Anchorage International Airport
ArizonaPhoenixPhoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
CaliforniaBurbankHollywood Burbank Airport
CaliforniaLong BeachLong Beach Airport
CaliforniaLos AngelesLos Angeles International Airport
CaliforniaOaklandOakland International Airport
CaliforniaOntarioOntario International Airport
CaliforniaPalm SpringsPalm Springs International Airport
CaliforniaSacramentoSacramento International Airport
CaliforniaSan DiegoSan Diego International Airport
CaliforniaSan FranciscoSan Francisco International Airport
CaliforniaSan Jose (CASan Jose International Airport
ColoradoDenverDenver International Airport
ColoradoSteamboat SpringsYampa Valley Regional Airport
ConnecticutHartfordBradley International Airport
District of ColumbiaWashington, D.C.Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
District of ColumbiaWashington, D.C.Washington Dulles International Airport
FloridaDaytona BeachDaytona Beach International Airport
FloridaFort LauderdaleFort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport
FloridaFort MyersSouthwest Florida International Airport
FloridaJacksonvilleJacksonville International Airport
FloridaOrlandoOrlando International Airport
FloridaSarasotaSarasota–Bradenton International Airport
FloridaTampaTampa International Airport
FloridaWest Palm BeachPalm Beach International Airport
GeorgiaAtlantaHartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport
GeorgiaSavannahSavannah/Hilton Head International Airport
IllinoisChicagoO'Hare International Airport
LouisianaNew OrleansLouis Armstrong International Airport
MainePortland (MEPortland International Jetport
MarylandBaltimoreBaltimore–Washington International Airport
MassachusettsBostonLogan International Airport
MassachusettsHyannisBarnstable Municipal Airport
MassachusettsMartha's VineyardMartha's Vineyard Airport
MassachusettsNantucketNantucket Memorial Airport
MassachusettsWorcesterWorcester Regional Airport
MichiganDetroitDetroit Metropolitan Airport
MinnesotaMinneapolisMinneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport
MontanaBozemanBozeman Yellowstone International Airport
NevadaLas VegasMcCarran International Airport
NevadaRenoReno–Tahoe International Airport
New JerseyNewarkNewark Liberty International Airport
New MexicoAlbuquerqueAlbuquerque International Sunport
New YorkAlbanyAlbany International Airport
New YorkBuffaloBuffalo Niagara International Airport
New YorkNew York CityJohn F. Kennedy International Airport
New YorkNew York CityLaGuardia Airport
New YorkNewburghNew York Stewart International Airport
New YorkRochesterGreater Rochester International Airport
New YorkSyracuseSyracuse Hancock International Airport
New YorkWhite PlainsWestchester County Airport
North CarolinaCharlotteCharlotte Douglas International Airport
North CarolinaRaleighRaleigh–Durham International Airport
OhioClevelandCleveland Hopkins International Airport
OhioColumbusJohn Glenn Columbus International Airport
OregonPortland (ORPortland International Airport
TexasAustinAustin–Bergstrom International Airport
TexasDallasDallas/Fort Worth International Airport
TexasHoustonGeorge Bush Intercontinental Airport
TexasHoustonWilliam P. Hobby Airport
UtahSalt Lake CitySalt Lake City International Airport
VermontBurlingtonBurlington International Airport
VirginiaRichmondRichmond International Airport
WashingtonSeattleSeattle–Tacoma International Airport
United States Virgin IslandsSt. CroixHenry E. Rohlsen Airport
United States Virgin IslandsSt. ThomasCyril E. King Airport
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The Cabin

Economy Class

No matter which ticket fare you select, all passengers can enjoy the award-winning JetBlue experience. Amenities and services available will depend on the aircraft being operated for the flight, but all passengers can enjoy generous legroom, and free brand-name snacks and drinks. On all flights, JetBlue offers free, high-speed Wi-Fi at every seat. Depending on the aircraft, passengers can also enjoy a premium back-of-seat entertainment system, which streams TV(DIRECTV®) and movies.

Business Class

JetBlue launched a new business class in 2019, entitled Mint. Mint includes a priority board, complimentary checked baggage, and priority check-in. Passengers can enjoy tons of free Wi-Fi and entertainment on the personal seat-back touchscreen, as well as an exclusive menu of meals, snacks, and drinks.

Business passengers (Mint) can enjoy lie-flat seats, which lets you lie back and relax in the longest fully lie-flat seat (aircraft-depending) on a domestic flight. Each super-comfy seat features an adjustable firmness and a massage feature, a plush comforter and pillows.

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Check-In & Arrival

How to Check-In Online

Passengers can check in online for JetBlue flights. For domestic flights, online check-in opens 24 hours before scheduled departure and closes 40 minutes prior to departure.

How to Check-In at the Airport

It is recommended to arrive at the airport to check in 2 hours before the scheduled departure time if you're catching a US domestic flight. If you have checked bags, these will need to be checked in no later than 40 minutes before departure. Check-in closes 20 minutes before scheduled departure (40 minutes for flights departing from Fort Lauderdale, New York JFK, and Tampa).

Carry-on baggage

JetBlue Domestic Flight Baggage


Each customer can carry-on one bag, as well as one personal item (such as a purse, handbag, briefcase, or laptop). Carry-on bags must not exceed the following dimensions: 22" L (55.88 cm) x 14" W (35.56 cm) x 9" H (22.86 cm). Personal items must not exceed 17" L (43.2 cm) x 13" W (33 cm) x 8" H (20.32 cm).


The amount of checked baggage included in the price of the ticket will depend on the ticket fare that the passenger has chosen. Additional allowance can be added prior to departure, either through your account, at the time of booking, or at the airport. Checked bags should not exceed 62” (157.48 cm) in overall dimensions (length + width + height) or 50 pounds (22.68 kg) in weight.

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Do you need a passport for JetBlue domestic flights?

When travelling on domestic flights, customers (18 years of age and older) are required to show a U.S. federal or state-issued photo ID. The ID will need to contain the following information: name, date of birth, gender, expiration date and a tamper-resistant feature. Examples include a U.S. passport, a State-issued driver's license, a U.S. Military ID, and a Permanent Resident Card. International travellers should travel with their passports.

Is JetBlue domestic?

JetBlue operates flights to over 100 destinations, both internationally and within the U.S.

What time shall I arrive for my flight?

The airline recommends that you arrive at the airport least two hours before scheduled flight departure. Regardless of whether you have checked-in online, have checked-baggage to drop-off, the airline encourages passengers to arrive as early as possible.

What is JetBlue 'Mint'?

'Mint' is the name of the airline's Business Class! Within both Business and Economy there are a number of ticket fares you can choose from. The ticket fare determines things such as whether the ticket is changeable, refundable, and how much baggage is included.

Can I book JetBlue domestic flights online?

Yes, you can book JetBlue domestic flights online through Alternative Airlines. We offer over 600 global airlines, including JetBlue! You can even pay for your flights in instalments, with Affirm or PayPal - take a look at our Fly Now Pay Later with JetBlue guide for more information.

Does JetBlue do red-eye flights?

Yes, JetBlue frequently operates overnight, red-eye flights within the US. Popular red-eye routes include Las Vegas to New York and Seattle to Miami. Find out more about JetBlue red-eye flights here.