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rlarosa

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Hi All,

Wondering if anyone has had any experience with Jet Blue in the US? I need to get from LA to SFO in June on a Monday morning. Was going to book with Virgin American or Delta out of LAX but noticed that Jet Blue have a flight out of Long Beach airport (I'll be staying in Long Beach). My only concern is that the next flight isn't until 1.30pm, so if the 7am gets cancelled I'm screwed.

Any thoughts?

Thanks all!

RL
 

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We used them in 2010 & thought they were a great way to get round. Our main surprise was how few people coughed up the extra to get the "even more space" seats. At that time we thought the extra money was very well spent
 

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We used them in 2010 & thought they were a great way to get round. Our main surprise was how few people coughed up the extra to get the "even more space" seats. At that time we thought the extra money was very well spent
Agree.

I've flown with them 2 or 3 times and would have no hesitation flying with them again. I also purchased the "even more space". Overall, a pleasant experience with Jetblue.
 

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I've flown with them few times. In my experience best domestic airline in the US.
 

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I travelled on Jet Blue LAX FLL earlier this year and was supprised by the legroom. I was in a "normal" seat towards the back and being 6f2 the legroom was better than VA/ QF domestic. Service included free snacks and drinks. The flight also included free seatback live TV.
 

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I travelled on Jet Blue LAX FLL earlier this year and was supprised by the legroom. I was in a "normal" seat towards the back and being 6f2 the legroom was better than VA/ QF domestic. Service included free snacks and drinks. The flight also included free seatback live TV.
Legroom has always been one of their selling points
 
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