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About JetBlue Airlines

JetBlue Airlines is a low-cost airline based in the United States. It is available in over 95 locations across the United States and the Americas. Despite their reputation as low-cost carriers, airlines have gradually added premium amenities to their services, such as in-flight movies, meals, and other amenities.

Travel Class

The carrier sells both Economy and Business Class seats. The airline's Economy Class seats have been recognised as one of the finest legroom airlines on the market. Enjoy complimentary brand-name food and drinks on board, as well as free Wi-Fi and personal TVs in every seat during supper. The airline gives plenty of free Wi-Fi and multimedia material on your 15" personalised seat-back touch screen while travelling in the Business Cabin.

Baggage Policy

The guideline for Carry-on Luggage is that each traveller may bring 1 personal item (purse, briefcase, phone, etc.) and 1 carrying bag. On all types of aircraft, carry-on luggage should not exceed 22'L (55.88 cm) x 14'W (35.56 cm) x 9'H (22.86 cm), including wheels/handles, whereas checked baggage shall be determined by the traveler's desired fare. Blue Plus and Blue Flex tickets include complimentary luggage allowance. Blue Plus prices include one bag weighing less than 22.68 kg (50 lb), while Blue Flex fares include two bags weighing less than 22.68 kg (50 lb).

Frequent Flyer Program

JetBlue Airways also offers a Frequent Flyer programme called TrueBlue. One of the main advantages of TrueBlue's frequent flyer programme is that you may use your points on any JetBlue flight at any time. You'll earn three TrueBlue points for every dollar spent on Alternative Airlines JetBlue flights.

Cancellation Policy

JetBlue's cancellation policy differs depending on the kind of fare you've purchased. The airline's tickets must be both refundable and non-refundable.