|Top route||Boston Logan Intl to New York John F Kennedy Intl|
|Top airport||New York John F Kennedy Intl|
Love the early arrival. In flight wifi was fiddly and confusing.
silver airways was awful, people on the counter was horrible, so rude. They need to be trained. This company need to remove his stuff from their counters
The snacks could be better with the options.
Terrible experience, delayed flight and no explanation why. Made me miss my connection.
Other than that it was late everything else was good
Still in JFK you treat people like animals
Directv didn’t function. The flight was short so abbreviated services. There really hasn’t been “food” on domestic flights for over a decade. 😂
Entertaining and wifi access
No WiFi on the flight
Discourteous air hostess
Check in was not good. They told me I needed a QR code for my vaccine card and pcr test per emirates rules. I spoke with emirates and they said this was not necessary and it would be handled in Boston. The agent at check in would not check me in without the code. I had to pay $275 for another pcr in airport with a QR code. Guess what?? Emirates did NOT need it and I wasted $275 on a test. Horrible experience. They need to get with with their partner airline and know the rules.
1 hour delay due to fight between crew and a passenger
Everything was excellent.
There was no wifi and baggage took almost an hour to come out. No wonder people don’t want to pay to check bags. The baggage service is the worst.
perfect flight. No turbulence, on time. Crew helpful and friendly.
Everything is poor and as always missing my luggage.
Do not book on Icelandair through Jet Blue. It was a disaster. On top of icelandair’s already bad handling of check in ( no online check in means long lines. Economy seats worst ever: no legroom, tiny space. Terrible transfer process in Reykjavik - more long lines. One of our suitcases did not arrive at JFK. Hoping it turns up today.
It was all fine. Love tracing the flight on the monitor.
Actually providing food and beverages
Excelente comunicación from Captain. Flight attendant very helpful .
To much delayed
Crew was professional, nice and cordial UNLIKE when departing from RDU all they were doing was yelling yelling yelling. Bad US JetBlue associates you don’t need to yell just because you work at the airport.
I flew last week from San Juan to Fort Lauderdale round trip. JetBlue offered me tsa pre check for $10 each, we were 7 (3 seniors, 3 adults and 1 teenager), after I paid $70, they told me the pre check wasn’t working, so they offered to refund me the $70 so I accept. After a week on a cruise vacation, I’m at FLL Airport trying to check in my returning flight and guess what, JetBlue canceled all 7 flights because of the $70 refund they offered me in San Juan. And that’s not all, the solutions they gave me was to sell me new tickets $100 bucks more expensive than the first ones so I can get a plane back home. I’ll NEVER GOING TO FLIGHT WITH JETBLUE AGAIN. Some times it’s better paid a bit more for a flight with a nice airline than having all these problems with this people. BAD SERVICE, NO ONE TO COMPLAIN WITH,
I lost my graduation of my son event cus the flight was delayed 4 hours ..
Boarding on plane could be faster
Seats are roomier than other airlines and the JetBlue team is well trained and the systems work for boarding, etc, but everything seemed very perfunctory today. Gate agent was borderline rude to some passengers who didn’t speak English and didn’t understand the bag policy and the flight attendant forgot to offer passengers snacks. Her announcements were also devoid of any hint that she understood what she was reading or if she believed her job was to be a good customer service person. But the worst part is when flights are late/delayed and very little info is given so we sat on the tarmac pushed back from the gate for 20-30 minutes at the start and then after landing on time (good pilot!) we waited on the ground another 20/30 because we were “early?!”
I really appreciate the large seats that aren't nearly as crowded as other airlines!
JetBlue offers direct flights to 105 cities in 29 different countries. New York, Boston, and Los Angeles are the most popular cities covered by JetBlue.
JetBlue concentrates most of its flight operations in New York.
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JetBlue services flights to over 100 destinations across the world, with many of them being located in North America, South America, and Central America. If you are interested in going to South America, popular options include countries such as Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, while for Central America, you can choose from Belize, Panama, and Costa Rica.
Depending on how luxurious you would like your travel experience to be, JetBlue has four classes to choose from, referred to as Blue, Blue Plus, Blue Flex, and Mint. While Blue is most similar to standard economy, Blue Plus will allow you to check one bag for free. Blue Flex provides two free checked bags and access to expedited security, while Mint offers the most services, including early boarding, free dining options, and lie-down seats.
This airline has 3 different types of aircrafts and over 250 individual planes, with the primary brands being Airbus and Embraer. Each plane has a unique tailfin design, with many of them related to New York, a city that is known for being the company’s headquarters and primary hub. Considered to be the airline’s most commonly flown plane, the Airbus A321 has the longest fuselage and can fit up to 159 passengers, making it convenient for long haul flights.
To help operate their flights as smoothly as possible, JetBlue has created partnerships with a number of other airlines, such as Aer Lingus, Lufthansa, American Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic. Additionally, the company has codeshare agreements with upwards of 20 companies, with some examples being Hawaiian Airlines, Japan Airlines, and TAP Air Portugal.