Q:

What is JetBlue's baggage allowance?

A:

Quick Answer

JetBlue allows passengers one free bag with maximum overall dimensions of 62 inches and a maximum weight of 50 pounds. Larger bags incur additional fees. Passengers may check more than one bag for an additional fee.

Continue Reading
What is JetBlue's baggage allowance?
Credit: John Murphy CC-BY-SA 2.0

Full Answer

JetBlue's baggage policy prohibits any bag heavier than 99 pounds or larger than 80 inches on any fight. The overall dimensions are calculated by adding the length, width and height of the bag. Some locations have smaller maximum limits on baggage. Luggage traveling to the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Trinidad and Tabago, or Peru cannot exceed overall dimensions of 62 inches or a weight of 50 pounds.

Learn more about Financial Calculations
Sources:

Related Questions

Explore