Jet Blue Questions

Does anyone have any information (reviews) on Jet Blue?

I found I can fly from Tx to FLL for about 33% less than driving, and 50% less than other airlines. ($350 roundtrip for two, non-stop)

Is this just too good to be true, or a good deal?

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I've flown Jet Blue to Ft. Lauderdale before but my problem is that by the time we pay for the luggage, it's cheaper to fly Southwestern. I've used Jet Blue to California when I just have carry on. I've had no problems with them at all and their fares are good. As much as I dislike Allegiant, they too are really cheap. If you are close to San Antonio, there's a non-stop to FLL for as low as $59 one way.

Thanks - I have looked into SW airlines, but I don't care for their seating policies. Also, just running a fake booking out of San Antonio, they are about $200 more expensive with a stop somewhere, meaning an early departure and a later arrival. Out of Austin, they are the same price.

I didn't find any Allegiant flights in my search -The FLL route doesn't open until MayBig Smile, and no flights out of Laredo or Austin.

JetBlue was the only cheap choice that allows for reserved seating, so I took it.

I'll update my experience in late April on my return (or give you an earful in front of the giraffe!)

LOL - Fun!

Only airline I fly and my trip to florida in a few weeks is jet blue

Thanks - I tried reading the reviews on TripAdvisor, but they were all either rants or fanboy cheers. Not really helpful.

Hi Reb! We’ve used JetBlue several times from Orlando to New York or Boston and always had a good experience. Amy will be flying with them again this week. We wouldn’t hesitate to use them, especially when there’s a great deal!Happy

There absolutely should be a recording in front of the giraffe – no matter what the topic is! Big Smile

The Yellow Giraffe in the Smoking Area - We can mount my go-pro on him ...

By the looks of it, I can easily see myself having a drunken conversation with himBig Smile

Anything is possible just double check everything.


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