|Top route||Los Angeles to New York John F Kennedy Intl|
|Top airport||New York John F Kennedy Intl|
Safe takeoff and landing Better snacks and coffee. Headphones for the TV monitors.
We were very impressed by the crew. They were professional and friendly, making for a very pleasant experience. Because the aircraft was relatively small, everyone interacted with the same small number of crew members.
If jet blue is going to offer tv at every seat, fix the headphone connection so you can hear. Haven’t had a usable headphone jack in years
I didn't like the 2 hour delay and then mechanical issue once we were on board.
Pepsi products are a bad choice.
The new seats JetBlue uses angle downwards, so the entire flight you are sliding forward out of your own seat. These seats suck!
Best Thing flight took less time than programmed, quick entry and exit. Recommended!
Flight was 2.5 hr delayed
JetBlue has too many delayed flights. I cant recall in the past two years flying with JetBlue without some form a delays. I expect better B6.
Check in machines at airport didn't work in both directions. Always needed manual intervention by an agent, which was very frustrating
Flight was on time and it was smooth
I loved the Mint class comfort
Drinks and snacks provided. TV had a lot of entertainment options. Plane was fairly comfortable. Staff was less than pleasant.
Excellent staff on board
My experience with Eva sir was good except the long walk in LA Lex, that was inconvenient for my age,
almost 4 hour delay as they over booked and had to wait for 8-10 volunteers to agree to travel next day.
On time. Comfortable. Good entertainment.
Food options were good.
The flight itself was fine.. the customer service was amonst the worst I’ve seen. When booking my flight, I selected my window seat as I always do because when I’m flying alone so I can rest against it without worrying about falling asleep on anyone.. Then when it came time to check in, there was no record of my seat selection and the only window that was left cost me an extra $74. I called and they said there was a glitch when I booked the first time and there was nothing they could do about it.. Meanwhile the only reason I was flying JetBlue was because I had a $50 credit from the last awful flight we had that was delayed for four hours… So it actually cost me more to use that credit. Never flying with them again.
Flight was turbulent
God bless America 🇺🇸 🙏 ❤️
We were charged twice for checked bags and one never arrived at our destination. The flight was delayed 90 minutes with no explanation given.
Plane is old and seats are worn. Add to it the plane was dirty. No plugs for laptop.
Always like Jet Blue! It seems, however, that people are getting bigger & seats are getting smaller! We had a very full flight and I couldn't get an aisle seat like I always do. I wish there were more leg room. People sitting next to me were very nice though so it was fine to disturb them if I needed to use the restroom. Otherwise the flight was fine but a bit long.
Too much talk from crew about credit card.
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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.
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