2023 JetBlue Baggage Allowance for Carry On and Checked Baggage
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JetBlue Baggage Allowance:
The JetBlue carry-on allowance (excluding Blue Basic Fares) includes one carry-on bag no bigger than 22 x 14 x 9 in (55.88 x 35.56 x 22.86 cm), plus one personal item, which must not exceed 17 x 13 x 8 in (43.2 x 33 x 20.32 cm).
If a passenger’s carry-on bag does not fit in the overhead locker, the bag will be checked at the gate.
JetBlue Carry On for Children
There is no JetBlue baggage allowance for infants sitting on an adult’s lap. However, the accompanying adult may bring a diaper bag, pushchair and car seat for the child, as well as their own carry-on items.
JetBlue Carry On and Musical Instruments
A musical instrument can be brought on board (excluding Blue Basic Fares) as carry on provided it fits within the overhead lockers (standard carry-on dimensions do not apply).
Larger musical instruments can also be brought onboard if an additional window seat has been purchased and the item does not exceed 165lb (75kg) in weight.
JetBlue Carry On and Bringing Pets on Board
Certain domestic pets can be brought on board the aircraft, and placed, in their carrier, under the seat in front. Passengers are allowed to bring only one pet on board, and a maximum of six pets may be present on board a flight. A pet must be in a carrier with dimensions that do not exceed 17 x 12.5 x 8.5 in. The combined total weight of the pet and its carrier must not be greater than 20 lbs. A carrier counts as one carry-on item. The fee for bringing a pet on board is $125, one way.
JetBlue Carry On and Prohibited Items
Certain items are considered too dangerous to be carried on board an aircraft. These include:
JetBlue Checked Baggage Allowance
On flights within the U.S., Latin American and Caribbean 1 x 50 lbs (22.68 kg); maximum dimensions of 62 inches (157.48 cm), free on Blue Plus; $35 on Blue fares. A second checked bag costs $45 on Blue and Blue Plus fares, and a third, or any additional bag, costs $200.
On flights between the US and Europe 1 x 50 lbs (22.68 kg); maximum dimensions of 62 inches (157.48 cm), free on Blue and Blue plus; $65 on Blue Basic. A second checked bag costs $105 on Blue and Blue Plus fares, and a third, or any additional bag, costs $200.
Mint fare passengers are allowed two free checked bags up to 70 lbs (31.7 kg) each.
JetBlue Checked Baggage and Excess Baggage Fees
If a bag is over the weight permitted by JetBlue’s checked baggage allowance, $150 per bag will be charged.
If a bag is oversized, the charge is also $150.
No bag larger than 80 in or heavier than 99 lbs will be accepted.
If a bag is both overweight and oversized, the two fees will apply.
JetBlue Checked Baggage and Exceptional Items
Exceptional items, such as sports equipment, are accepted as checked luggage, and often without additional fees being charged. You will not be required to pay extra to check a golf bag, for example, as long as it does not exceed weight limitations. Bicycles, however, generally incur a fee of $100, one way. Overweight baggage fees will not be charged for bikes, but they must not exceed 99 lbs.
Musical instruments can be checked and count towards your checked baggage allowance as long as they do not exceed 150 inches (381cm) total dimensions or 165lbs (75kgs) in weight at no additional charge.
Information correct as of 10/03/2023.
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