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Thank you to the Pilot who got us here safely!!!
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For the small extra cost its such a comfortable and smooth flight than other airlines. I recommend JetBlue to friends and fellow travelers. It's worth it in comfort alone.
Jet Blue will be my first choice. It was a great experience.
I wasn't happy that I did not have a free bag check in I thought that was included in my purchase with cheap tickets
It was a smooth and pleasant flight, the crew was great and the gate attendant was helpful.
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I always fly jet blue if available in my destination
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|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 14|
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When traveling from Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), plan to rent a car with GPS to give yourself the flexibility to maneuver around and enjoy the City of Angels; Los Angeles is an expansive city which encompasses nearly 5oo square miles, five counties and numerous suburban cities.
LA includes several sights for visitors to take in that date back to the 1920s. Nestled in the Hollywood Hills section of the Santa Monica Mountains is the famed Hollywood Sign, erected in 1923. It is 45 feet tall and 350 feet long, and is the perfect backdrop for the Hollywood Bowl amphitheater, which was built circa 1929 and had a facelift in 2004.
You may want to visit the Hollywood Wax Museum and the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Both are phenomenal tributes to some of the great past and present actors of the region.
Flights from BOS to LAX are generally about six hours from tarmac to tarmac, but that also depends on connecting flights and possible layovers. Remember that Los Angeles is three hours behind Boston.
Save time by prearranging your rental car, and when you arrive at LAX, the airport offers a free shuttle service to Lot C, where passengers can pick up a car at the rental counter of their choice.