|Top route||Boston Logan Intl to New York John F Kennedy Intl|
|Top airport||New York John F Kennedy Intl|
Flight was fine the delay was not good. Poor communications at airport. Could not hear updates which relayed into more delays for various reasons. Understanding that safety is first but the communications to a crowd of people was lacking .
Had a few hiccups and flight was extremely delayed
Jetblue crew were as per usual great. The box snack #3 is tasty and quite filling for a snack. Direct flights and outstanding prices along with their AA Advantage linkage makes this a no brainer choice for travel to the Big Apple area. Thanks Jetblue,
Best airline thank you
Baby crying for the entire journey
Very good one of my best flight snf service, im impress.
I liked the punctuality,
No rental cars in terminal 3 at Mco. Long walk and train to terminal B but you can drop off at terminal C
Limited movie selection. Limited food selection. Seats very uncomfortable.
The flight was fine. The flight crew was super friendly and helpful. There tv monitors on the plane were outdated and useless. Other than that my trip was perfect!
The Jet Blue experience is top notch. They treat AA elite members just like their own top loyalty members and they fly to HPN direct, which at this time of year is a big advantage.
My Flight ✈️ WAS CANCELED at the Gate TERRIBLE
Flight was delayed and several times, gate change several times. There was no announcement.
I enjoyed watching a movie and checking the weather, but equipment on the plane is showing its age.
The crew excellent in special Mr. Oscar, Wao very good job super collaborator the pilot everyone is very good
For over 4 hours no movie entertainment was not working was reset 2 to 3 times it felt extra long trip hope my trip going back will be better everything else was excellent
The headphone jack in my seat, 2A was not working. I tried multiple headphones to try to resolve this. I could not partake in hearing any shows.
Everything went well. I was impressed that only one gate agent was needed to achieve an excellent boarding experience.
I couldn’t choose my sitting from the website, so I ended up with the very last sits on the very back with no window!
Seat Comfort, Crew was totally amicable to needs, flight was easy & ON TIME!
The flight was delayed 5 hours, the airlines kept sending updates (sometimes even two updates on the same minute) about changed departure time. Eventually they set it up on 11:30PM (original flight was supposed to be on 8:55PM), so everyone arrived for this time. Then at around 10PM at the gates they announced that the flight is further delayed to 2AM next day. Supposedly they did this in order for all the people to successfully get through security, since security does not work overnight. We would certainly have not flown have we known this. It's just terrible communication and disrespect towards people's time.
Although an older plane, I found it quite comfortable.
Since I did not purchase food I cannot really comment. My AA Platinum lets me on priority so boarding is easy, and as usual they had a cheery crew tending to the cabin. You can do a LOT worse than fly with Jetblue !
Not fair to rate the food as I just had the snacks, however the crew were as per Jet Blue usual excellent.
Tv Monitors didn’t work. Seats uncomfortable . Too close too crowded
Flight was delayed two hours
My flight was 2 hrs delayed and TVs didn’t work. Not a huge deal, but not the best experience is all.
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This airline has 3 different types of aircrafts and over 250 individual planes, with the primary brands being Airbus and Embraer. Each plane has a unique tailfin design, with many of them related to New York, a city that is known for being the company’s headquarters and primary hub. Considered to be the airline’s most commonly flown plane, the Airbus A321 has the longest fuselage and can fit up to 159 passengers, making it convenient for long haul flights.
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