JetBlue is one of America's leading low-cost airlines and operates flights throughout North America as well as to popular tourist destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean. The company was founded in 1998 and has its hub at New York's JFK International Airport. On the JetBlue website, users can find clear information on the company's baggage policy in the Travel Information section. Currently, JetBlue allows one piece of luggage free of baggage fees and charges $50.00 for the second checked bag (size and weight limits apply). As is standard in most airlines, JetBlue allows passengers two carry-on bags. The Jet Blue website is simple and friendly and there are immediately-visible buttons to check in online and print a boarding pass or to access a flight tracker to see the status of one's flight. The JetBlue website also has a “Getaways” section which combines flights on the company's airlines with hotels to create thematic vacation packages to popular destinations like Orlando and the Caribbean. Similarly, there is also a “Deals” section which highlights the best-value fares and getaways available. Frequent passengers of JetBlue might also be interested in the company's TrueBlue membership program which offers exclusive fares, real-time flight status updates, and easy access to the details on one's reservations.
Ciro JetBlue is one of the most famous low-cost carriers in the United States and a good choice if you're looking for a trip to the Caribbean without spending half your budget on your flight! JetBlue's website has a Getaways section where you can find flight and hotel deals to a lot of the top vacation spots in Florida, the Caribbean, and Latin America, and you usually end up saving a good amount on your final bill. What really makes JetBlue stand out, though, is that it charges no baggage fee for your first checked bag. That's right, your first checked bag is free. It sounds simple but in this day and age it's something to celebrate. Of course, your second checked bag will run you $100.00 so don't go overboard on the packing!Delete