JetBlue Baggage Allowance: A Comprehensive Guide

Learn about JetBlue Airways' baggage allowances and policies, including carry-on and checked baggage limits, fees, and exceptions for infants.

JetBlue Airways offers various baggage allowances depending on the fare type, destination, and passenger category. Here is a comprehensive guide to JetBlue’s baggage allowances and policies:

Carry-On Baggage Allowance

JetBlue allows passengers to bring one carry-on bag and one personal item (such as a purse, briefcase, or laptop bag) onboard, with the exception of Blue Basic fares, which only permit one personal item[1][2]. The carry-on bag must not exceed 22 x 14 x 9 inches (55.88 x 35.56 x 22.86 cm), including handles and wheels, and must fit in the overhead bin or under the seat in front of the passenger[2].

Checked Baggage Allowance and Weight

JetBlue’s checked baggage allowance depends on the route and fare purchased. Checked bags should not exceed 62 inches (157.48 cm) in overall dimensions (length + width + height) or 50 pounds (22.68 kg) in weight[3]. Bags that don’t meet these dimensions and/or weight restrictions are considered oversized and/or overweight and will be assessed a fee for each category that applies[3].

For Blue Mint fares, the checked baggage allowance is typically two free checked bags of up to 70 pounds (32 kg) each[1]. Each customer is allowed to check a maximum of two bags[4]. Overweight bag fees apply to bags weighing over 50 pounds (22.73 kg) [5].

JetBlue Baggage Allowance to Guyana

For flights to and from Guyana, passengers can check in up to two bags per passenger. The bag size and weight restrictions are the same as for other destinations, with a maximum size of 62 inches (157.48 cm) and a maximum weight of 50 pounds (22.68 kg) [1].

JetBlue Baggage Allowance for Infants

Infants under two years old flying on a parent’s lap are eligible for any free checked baggage allowance. Parents can check in their child’s stroller and car seat free of charge, either at the check-in desk or at the gate when boarding the plane[6]. Each lap infant is also allowed one free diaper bag[7].

Infants under two years old flying in their own assigned seat with a purchased ticket have the same baggage rules applied to them as a regular adult passenger, including any applicable checked baggage fees[6].

JetBlue Hand Baggage Allowance

JetBlue’s hand baggage allowance is the same as its carry-on baggage allowance. Passengers can bring one carry-on bag and one personal item onboard, with the exception of Blue Basic fares, which only permit one personal item[1][2].

JetBlue Mosaic Baggage Allowance

Mosaic members receive two free checked bags for themselves and their travel companions on the same reservation[8]. Baggage fees normally cost $35 for the first checked bag and $45 for the second checked bag[9].

JetBlue Credit Card Baggage Allowance

There is no specific baggage allowance associated with JetBlue credit cards. However, some credit cards may offer travel credits or reimbursements that can be used to cover baggage fees[10].

JetBlue Child Baggage Allowance

Children flying with JetBlue have the same baggage allowance as adult passengers, including any applicable checked baggage fees[6]. A stroller and car seat may still be checked in free of charge and do not count toward the checked baggage allowance[6].

Baggage Weight Limit on JetBlue

The baggage weight limit for checked bags on JetBlue is 50 pounds (22.68 kg) for standard fares and 70 pounds (32 kg) for Blue Mint fares[3][1]. Bags weighing over 50 pounds (22.73 kg) will be subject to overweight bag fees[5].

JetBlue Cabin Baggage Allowance

JetBlue’s cabin baggage allowance is the same as its carry-on baggage allowance. Passengers can bring one carry-on bag and one personal item onboard, with the exception of Blue Basic fares, which only permit one personal item[1][2].

JetBlue Infant Baggage Allowance

Infants under two years old flying on a parent’s lap are eligible for any free checked baggage allowance. Parents can check in their child’s stroller and car seat free of charge, either at the check-in desk or at the gate when boarding the plane[6]. Each lap infant is also allowed one free diaper bag[7].

JetBlue Airways Hand Baggage Allowance

JetBlue’s hand baggage allowance is the same as its carry-on baggage allowance. Passengers can bring one carry-on bag and one personal item onboard, with the exception of Blue Basic fares, which only permit one personal item[1][2].

Citations:
[1] https://www.travomojo.com/baggage-policy/jetblue-baggage-policy/
[2] https://www.seatguru.com/airlines/JetBlue_Airways/baggage.php
[3] https://www.jetblue.com/help/checked-bags
[4] https://www.jetblue.com/help/bag-limitations-select-markets
[5] https://www.airline-baggage-fees.com/jetblue.php
[6] https://www.airline-baggage-fees.com/infant-baby-child-baggage-allowance-on-jetblue/
[7] https://www.kidsonaplane.com/jetblue-airways-flying-with-kids-policy/
[8] https://dealspoints.com/jetblue-mosaic/
[9] https://thriftytraveler.com/guides/airlines/jetblue-baggage-fees/
[10] https://upgradedpoints.com/travel/airlines/jetblue-baggage-fees/

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