|Top route||Orlando to New York John F Kennedy Intl|
|Top airport||New York John F Kennedy Intl|
Another jetblue flight, another 5 hour delay.
Crew needs to respect passengers. They need to stop being rude. I was being treated as I didn’t pay for the flight. Very disappointed. I paid extra for the flight to get some comfort but it went opposite.
Inexplicably delayed. Rude flight attendant. I'm losing faith in this airline with its aging fleet.
The wifi didn’t work and that was a long flight.
JetBlue is always the best!
Great flight. No issues at all.
Jetblue is very roomy and has cheap prices.
The flight was delayed and my luggage wasn’t delivered to my destination.
Boarded and Left over an hour late without updates. No communication until over 45 min after scheduled take off time
There was no Mosaic line in Jamaica, we had to have our documents checked before boarding and the lines were extremely long. We spent 1 hour in line for something that took 3 minutes. Many people in line were not prepared and additional staff to answer questions and speed up the process would have made a difference. The flight was also delayed by 2 1/2 hours as well which made for a long day!
I’ve traveled several times before and generally rave about JetBlue flights. However, in the flight going from the U.S to Guyana (the only country in South America with English as its official language), the crew spoke to passengers in a very condescending tone continuously reiterating on the announcement system that ‘this is an international flight’ and ‘not to stand in the aisle or in the waiting area where we the crew members are but wait at your seat if you want to use the washroom’. I’ve been on many international flights headed to and from Guyana where anybody would be allowed to stand in the aisle in a line based on how they appeared or in the waiting area closest to the washroom even if the air hostesses are there. I found it very disrespectful and condescending especially to the Guyanese people. I was often disturbed while looking at a movie or resting by these numerous announcements, which in my opinion, were unnecessary and uncalled for. Before JetBlue, people going to Guyana have used other international flights, where they waited to use the washroom or took a stretch out of their seats and never have I ever heard so many numerous announcements forcing people not to do any of those things on a flight the ones that I have been on (some of which had much more people in the aisles or at the washroom area waiting to use it) I sat at the window seat and imagine me having to hustle with someone else who might’ve been seated next to aisle to use the washroom simply because I wasn’t standing closest to it. What I think the crew and main air hostess should have done, as they did in my case when I hustle quickly enough to get there just after someone who was in front of me, was ask me to sit in an empty seat up in front closest to the washroom as they did in my case instead of speaking to the passengers, who were mostly Guyanese or returning immigrants, as though we were dense or hard of hearing and further as though we did not understand the English language. It was very distasteful, disturbing, uncomfortable and the first time I had experienced this level of treatment from an airline going to Guyana in the numerous years that I have been travelling. Poor job to the crew on last nights “Pretty Fly For A Blue Guy” Plane.
TV and WiFi didn’t work on this flight. Otherwise it was good
Attestation form are tricky. I never got confit and spent the last day of vacation trying to reach simeone at JeyBlue to help. 3 hrs on hold and 99 mins X 2 with chat to no help! Arriving at the airport the ticket desk told me it was in the system and all was well. I was relieved but I wish we had gotten confirmation.
The fact that my flight was cancelled in Tampa and Delayed 2X and I was told I would get a hotel voucher in NY since I was going to arrive at 1:15 AM and not fly out until 9:45 but it was a LIE. And one of our party didn’t get in our flight in Florida snd is presently still at JFK waiting to return to VT Definitely could have been handled Better!!!!
Flight was delayed an hour
The flight was uneventful except that the flight was late leaving the gate by about 4hours. On top of it when we arrived in PVD our gate wasn't ready thus we had to sit on the tarmac for 30 mins. Jetblue flights are becoming a no-frills carrier so the expectations are low. At least you get a drink + can, snacks were so so.
Baggage handling was very poor Arrived in a later flight and spent over an hour then inquired about my baggage and then filed the claim Agent already new that my baggage is not coming in the same flight we’re on !!! Finally two bags were delivered after 1 am
We were in the plane on the runway for over an hour before take off, def could’ve been better
Jetblue has lost its touch. No customer service whatsoever
Very unpleasant to find out, that flight is canceled 4 hours before the flight was scheduled with no reason, no way to contact airline. Not care, not responsible. Really disappointed
Really Pathetic experience
stewardess were very accommodating. thank you!
No entertainment,the t.v didn't work.Was told it was gonna get fixed but it never was
Delays canceled flight and no luggage at my final destination. This trip was horrible.
Trip delays and canceled flights with my luggage not making it to my final destination this was a very bad experience
Between flights being canceled and delays and my lugage not being delivered my trip was very poor.
This whole experience at the airport itself horrendous. As soon as you are in the air great. Both flights 4 hours late. In the EWR to PJU, they almost didn't board us because they playing catch up for the montego Bay flight. It was awful. I'll never fly Jet Blue again.
delay on both flights. Never fly again
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