Is JetBlue a Star Alliance airline?
No, JetBlue is not a member of the Star Alliance. JetBlue does partner with a number of other airlines, among them China Airlines, Egyptair, and Thomas Cook Airlines, to help passengers reach additional locations on the cheap. Another cheap-tastic perk: You can earn TrueBlue JetBlue reward points on partner airlines like Emirates, Hawaiian Airlines, and Icelandair.
Are movies free on JetBlue?
Yes, JetBlue has seatback entertainment at every seat, which includes six movies per month. But that’s not all the free stuff they offer. You can also enjoy 36 channels from DIRECTV and 100 stations of SiriusXM Radio. JetBlue is also the only airline where you’ll have free Wi-Fi on every flight. Bonus: If you have Amazon Prime, you can stream Amazon Video while in flight over the free Wi-Fi.
How do I check in for my JetBlue flight?
JetBlue allows you to check in online or via its app up to 24 hours before your flight. If you prefer to check in at the airport, you will find the recommended time varies by location. A good rule of thumb is to arrive at least 2 hours before your domestic flight and at least 3 hours before your international flight. If you’d like more information about checking in, visit CheapTickets customer service—we’re here to help!
What airports does JetBlue fly out of?
JetBlue’s main hub is John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York City. JetBlue operates at more than 90 airports around the world, including destinations in the U.S., the Caribbean, and South America. Other major airports it flies out of include San Francisco International (SFO), Mexico City International (MEX), Chicago O’Hare (ORD), and Aruba Queen Beatrix International (AUA). Let JetBlue show you the world—and CheapTickets show you the bargains.