|JetBlue Bikes Policy|
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What is accepted:
Bicycles will be accepted in a hard-sided, padded case designed for bicycles. If not in a hard-sided case, bikes will be accepted with the handle bars secured sideways and pedals removed. The bicycle must also be encased in plastic foam, a cardboard box (domestic flights only), or similar material to prevent damage.
Domestic and International Flights:
Bicycles will be accepted on domestic and certain international flights* for a fee of $50 per bike each way and will count as one of your checked bags. Excess baggage fees may apply.
Please note: overweight baggage fees will not be assessed for bicycles. However, the maximum allotment of 99 pounds per bag still applies. Bicycle cases should contain bicycles only; cases containing additional items may be subject to excess baggage fees.
Also note: if bicycle and container are less than 62 dimensional inches and under 50 pounds, the bike fee will not be assessed.
*Bicycles are NOT accepted on flights to/from the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Peru and Port of Spain.
Bicycles are accepted on flights to/from Cuba if they are in a plastic, hard-sided, padded case designed for bicycles and no more than 70 pounds and 80 linear inches (length + width + height). A bicycle fee will be applied if the bicycle and container are more than 50 pounds and 62 linear inches (length + width + height). Bicycles that are unsuitably packed or packed in boxes are not acceptable for check-in.)