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JetBlue Baggage Report Card

Carry-on Allowance9/10
Checked Baggage Allowance7/10
Excess Baggage Fees8/10
Overall Grade8.0/10

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JetBlue Carry-On Allowance 2016 ↑ Back to Top

Carry-On Summary

JetBlue customers can bring two items of carry-on baggage: one carry-on bag/suitcase, and one additional "personal item", such as a purse, briefcase or laptop.

Weight limits are not specified, but you must be able to place the item into the overhead bins or beneath the seat in front of you. The size limits are 18x15x8 inches for the personal item, and 24x16x10 inches for the normal carry-on bag.

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Carry-On Security Rules

TSA - (USA): TSA Carry-On Regulations and Carry-On Liquid Restrictions

CATSA - (Canada): CATSA Carry-On Prohibited Items and CATSA Carry-On Liquids and Gel Restrictions

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Checked Baggage Summary

JetBue no longer allows a free checked bag on its lowest fares (Blue Fares), and now charges $20 for its first bag (if paying online, $25 if paying at the airport), and $35 for a second bag. Some exceptions apply for some international flights, as well as Blue Plus and Blue Flex fares.

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JetBlue Oversize/Overweight Baggage Fees 2016 ↑ Back to Top

Excess/Oversize/Overweight Summary

Bags weighing over 50lbs/23kg are considered Overweight. JetBlue charges the following fees for overweight baggage:

$100 if weighing between 51-100lbs

Bags weighing more than 100lbs cannot be checked.

There is also an oversized fee of $100 per bag if total linear dimensions are greater than 62". The largest bag that is accepted can measure up to maximum 80 inches (l+w+h)

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