Book a Flight on Jet Blue Airlines

Booking a flight on Jet Blue Airlines is surprisingly easy. Being a low-cost airline, Jet Blue emphasizes simplicity and ease of use. Their online booking system is also no-frills, just like their airline operations.

Where from and where to - The first thing you should input is whether you are booking for a round trip, one-way or multi-city flight. When you click the "where to" and "where from" boxes, you are already presented a list of all possible locations that Jet Blue services. This takes out the guesswork, especially if you're unsure whether your point of origin or destination has Jet Blue Airlines.

Dates of departure and return - Next thing to input are your preferred dates of departure, and-if you're on a roundtrip-return.

How many passengers - Next would be to give a count of how many adults and children will be traveling. Children (minors below 18 years of age) usually get a discount when traveling.

Choose the fare option - Jet Blue allows you to choose between "lowest available fare" and "refundable fare." The lowest available fares are the cheaper option, but you would have to pay return and cancellation fees, in the event that you cannot make your flight. If you're sure that you will be flying, then this is the best option. But if you need flexibility, choose the refundable fare. It might be a bit more expensive, but in case you change your travel plans, you can easily change your booking, with no charge.

Select your flight - Once you hit the "Search" button, you are shown a list of matching results, with a list of flight times and prices. You are given the option of moving up or down the calendar, to see if there are flights in earlier or later dates that might be cheaper.

Summary - Once you've selected your flights, click "Next". You will then be shown an itinerary, and a list of fares, taxes and other fees that you would have to pay. If you are a TrueBlue members, you can already login with your ID and password, in order to earn points.

Traveler details - The next page involves inputting the names and TrueBlue numbers (if applicable) of each passenger. You also need to input the name, address and contact details of the one paying for the trip, which should be the same as the one that appears on your credit card billing statement.

Payment, confirmation and e-ticket - The last steps here would be the actual payment through major credit card. Once your payment goes through, you will be shown a summary of your transaction, and an e-ticket, which you have to print. This will serve as your airline ticket, as the details will be used when checking in.

Booking a flight with Jet Blue Airlines is as easy as keying in your information in a step by step manner. Remember to have on hand all relevant details you might need, such as complete names, destinations, and of course your preferred dates. With online booking, you have the flexibility to be your own travel agent.


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