Free JetBlue Tickets

JetBlue Airways is a United States domestic airline with headquarters in the borough of Queens, New York. Its main hub is located at Terminal 5 of New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. Although primarily a domestic airline flying to more than sixty destinations across 22 states, JetBlue also operates flights to eleven countries in South America and the Caribbean.

Despite being classed as a budget airline, JetBlue seek to provide an enhanced passenger experience thanks to its DIRECTV in-flight entertainment system (with over 36 different channels of content) and generous seat pitch figures.

JetBlue tickets

JetBlue tickets can be booked online or by telephone. For fee free JetBlue Airways tickets the best way to book is online as customers can save $15 on each ticket compared with telephone bookings. Paying by JetBlue Travel Certificates or Jet Blue Gift Cards when making telephone bookings avoids having to pay the fee.

Unfortunately booking by telephone is the only option open to passengers wishing to book more than eight tickets, although at least the $15 fee is not applied when buying over eight tickets.

JetBlue Check In

Jet Blue’s Web Check-In service allows passengers to check in from 24 hours up to 90 minutes before their scheduled departure time. Alternatively, traditional check-in desks are located at the airports. Both methods apply whether you have paid for or free JetBlue airline tickets.

Cancel or reschedule free JetBlue tickets

A fee of $100 per booking is charged to cancel or reschedule the cheaper non-refundable tickets. If, for whatever reason, the flight is not taken then all money associated with the ticket lost.

There are no charges for changing or cancelling the more expensive JetBlue refundable tickets. If the flight is not taken, the value of the reservation may be held toward future travel or converted to a JetBlue air-only credit which must be used one year from date of issue. The number for cancelling or changing JetBlue flights tickets is 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583).

JetBlue Fleet

The JetBlue fleet is made up of just two aircraft types, the 150-seat European Airbus A320 and the 100-seat Brazilian Embraer 190, of which they own 116 and 45 aircraft respectively.

JetBlue Aircraft Naming

Almost every new JetBlue aircraft gets christened with a name that contains the word Blue. Examples include N522JB “Blue Ribbon”, N526JB “Cool Blue” and N542JB  “Blueberry”. Most names are suggested by JetBlue employees, with those who get their name chosen often winning a trip to collect the named plane from the Airbus Factory in Toulouse, France.

Each plane generally shares one of seven tail designs (either Bubbles, Dots, Harlequin, Mosaic, Plaid, Stripes or Window Pane). The exception to this is aircraft N655JB “Blue 100″ which has a unique design to mark it out as being the 100th Airbus A320 delivered to the airline.

JetBlue frequent-flyer program

TrueBlue is the company’s reward program where members earn three points for every dollar spent on a flight or six points for tickets booked online. All points are awarded on the basic flight cost only, excluding taxes and fees and members need to fly once a year to prevent points expiring.

Leave a comment

0 Comments.

Leave a Reply


[ Ctrl + Enter ]