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Search and Book Multi City Flights With JetBlue

JetBlue Airways, otherwise known as JetBlue, is an American low-cost airline and the 7th largest airline in the USA by passengers carried. Headquartered in New York City, JetBlue's main hub is JFK International Airport. The airline currently flies to over 100 destinations in the Americas, the majority of these being in the United States and the Caribbean, and to a handful of destinations in Central and South America. JetBlue also flies internationally to London, UK. If you're planning a cost-effective multi-city trip across the Americas, JetBlue is the way to go.

Say you wish to travel from New York to Austin, then onwards to Los Angeles and make your final stop in San Francisco - with our multi-city search tool, it's as easy as the click of a button. Our guide explains how to use the multi-city search tool, letting you easily plan your flexible multi-city trip with JetBlue all in one go.

Use our search form to find and book multi-city flights with JetBlue Airways.

Step 1 - Select multi-city option on the search form

How to Book Multi-City Flights with JetBlue

Select the multi-city tool

Using the search form at the top of the page, select the 'multi-city' search option.

Step 2 - Enter multiple cities for your search

How to Book Multi-City Flights with JetBlue

Enter multiple destinations

Enter your desired departure dates and destinations along with the number of passengers and cabin class you'd like to fly in. Then hit 'Search Flights'.

Step 3 - Select jetBlue as your preferred airline

How to Book Multi-City Flights with JetBlue

Select JetBlue

If you wish to book flights with your preferred airline, for example 'JetBlue', you can use the airline filter. You'll then be able to browse the results and select the most suitable routes for you.

Step 4 - Confirm your flights with jetBlue

How to Book Multi-City Flights with JetBlue

Confirm your multi-city booking

Once you have chosen your routes, you can easily book them with one quick and secure transaction.

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What are Multi-City Flights?

Multi-city flights, otherwise known as 'multi-stop' flights, means flying between 2 or more destinations/cities in one trip. For example, perhaps you'd like to travel from New York to Los Angeles, but wish to make multiple stops along the way and take in all that the USA has to offer - JetBlue provides a broad selection of routes to pick from so you can make the most of your trip. Connecting flights or transfers don't allow you to fully explore each city you land in, however, a multi-city flight means you can stop for a few days (or even a week) before you move on to your next destination. JetBlue's multi-city flights usually originate from its main hub airport, JFK International Airport, in New York.

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Why Book Multi-City Flights in The US?

IBeing the third largest country in the world, there's no denying that the US has a lot to offer. If you want to pack in as much as possible, visiting multiple destinations in one trip is the best way to go. Tick the most popular cities in the US off of your bucket list - New York, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Diego - and why stop there?

Popular Multi-City Stops in the US

If you're limited by time but still want to pack in as much as possible on your trip, take a look at some of the most popular city-to-city routes within the US:

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New York ✈ to Los Angeles ✈ to San Francisco

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San Francisco ✈ to New York ✈ to Orlando

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Orlando ✈ to Los Angeles ✈ to Los Angeles

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Why Book International Multi-City Flights with JetBlue?

As well as multi-city flights within the US, JetBlue also offers multi-city stops within Central America. Choose to begin your journey in New York, and fly to San Juan, the capital city of Puerto Rico, before moving on to Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. From there, you can return to the US and make your last stop Miami.

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New York ✈ to San Juan ✈ to Santo Domingo

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Bermuda ✈ to Aruba ✈ to Nassau

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Multi-City Flights with JetBlue FAQs

Do JetBlue do multi-city flights in the UK?

No, JetBlue doesn't currently have any multi-city flights in the UK, however the airline does fly to 2 major UK airports - London Heathrow and London Gatwick.

How do I book a multi-city flight with JetBlue?

Booking multiple flights at the same time couldn't be easier with Alternative Airlines. Our multi-stop search tool allows you to pick and choose multiple flights and destinations for your trip. Need to add extra baggage and seat selection? You'll also be able to add these at the time of booking - it's that simple!

Can I book a longer multi-city JetBlue stopover?

Absolutely! Instead of booking a connecting flight, why not extend your trip and explore each destination to your heart's content? If you wish to stay longer than a few hours, our multi-city booking tool lets you select the dates and times for each part of your journey.