Jet Blue Baggage Restrictions, Luggage Charges and Carry on Luggage

Jet Blue is one of the most popular airlines in the United States. If you are going to fly Jet Blue, you need to make sure that you are aware of their baggage restrictions, luggage charges, and carry on policy. When it comes down to it, every airline has their own restrictions in these areas; and Jet Blue is no exception.

Jet Blue allows each passenger to check one bag free of charge. For one additional bag, a fee of $30 is charged. To go along with this, the company also charges for overweight and oversized bags. A bag weighing between 51 and 70 pounds is subject to a fee of $75. Those that are between 71 and 99 pounds are accompanied by a fee of $100. Oversized bags are those that are between 63 and 80 inches. These bags are subject to a $75 fee.

When flying Jet Blue, you are allowed to carry on one bag that will fit in the overhead bin and one personal item such as a briefcase, purse, or computer bag. Your personal item may not be larger than 18 inches length x 15 width x 8 height. This size must be adhered to so that the personal item can be safely placed under the seat in front of you. To fit in the overhead bin your carry on must not be larger than 26 inches length x 18 width x 12 height (for EMBRAER 190: 24″ x 16″ width x 10″ height)

The above is basic information on Jet Blue’s baggage restrictions, luggage charges, and carry on policy. [Visit]

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