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Reviewed on Feb 8, 2020
All around good trip
Our flight attendants on this flight were wonderful! We’re a family of 3 and our child is only 12 months old, there was a man sitting in our row and as soon as we sat down, the flight attendant instantly found the man a new spot without asking to just make more space for the man and our family. The other flight attendant on board was so kind to our baby and always made sure everyone had what they needed. Very happy with this flight crew and will fly JetBlue again!
Seats should be comfortable
Only didn't like paying the baggage fees
The flight attendant should have less attitude be more friendly
Never flown Delta before, always went for the cheaper option, but I was impressed and I'm now a committed Delta customer
Would recommend to others
Other than the boarding process...being seated ALL THE WAY IN THE BACK. Great
seats were awful uncomfortable however good flight
|Number of Daily Flights||29|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jun 28|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jun 29|
|Popular Airlines||JetBlue Airways|
Trade in the hustle and bustle for Las Vegas for the hustle and bustle of Manhattan. Both cities have a vibrant culture and an array of activities to enjoy, but that’s about the only similarities that they share.
Take a flight from McCarran International Airport (LAS) to John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK). Situated just a few miles from Manhattan, the sights and attractions of the Big Apple are a hop, skip and jump away.
In the City that Never Sleeps, it’s virtually impossible not to find something to do. Catch a show at the Great White Way, Off-Broadway, Radio City Music Hall or the Theater at Madison Square Garden as there is always some type of event going on.
Do make sure you climb the Empire State Building. This iconic building represents the state of New York and when you climb up to the top, you’ll be able to take in the sweeping views of the city.
Visit Central Park. This 843-acre park provides a lush green space in the middle of a concrete jungle. Here, you can enjoy hiking, biking, playing sports, going on a wagon ride or seeing the animals on display at the Central Park Zoo.
If you’re looking for some rest and relaxation, hop on board the Long Island Rail Road and take a trip out to Long Island’s East End. Here, you will find amazing beaches, wineries and plenty of wide open spaces to enjoy.