JetBlue Airline Customer Service
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 2 reviews
by Rick Mahnn on JetBlue Airline Customer Service

I have been flying Jet Blue since the first week the airline started. I have always enjoyed the Jet Blue Experience but did fly other airlines to Los Angeles when traveling there. That all changed when I experienced Mint for the first time.

by Tito Rodriguez on JetBlue Airline Customer Service

Great facility and corporate headquarters. They try to emulate Google and Facebook headquarters and it's a very nice atmosphere, but it's the airline industry and they nickle and dime you at the cafeteria.

Phone number: 1-800-538-2583 / 00 1 801-449-2525

Hours: Open 24 hours daily

Email: corporatecommunications@jetblue.com

Website: https://www.jetblue.com

JetBlue Airline Corporate Office Address
 27-01 Queens Plaza North Long Island City, NY 11101

JetBlue Airline Customer Service Phone Numbers

Customer service: 1-800-538-2583 /00 1 801-449-2525
JetBlue Airline Reservations: 1-800-538-2583

JetBlue Airline Headquarters Info, Email, Phone number, Website and live chat Information

The JetBlue previously had its headquarters at 80–02 Kew Gardens Road, and then in the Forest Hills Tower, both in Forest Hills, Queens, New York City, 6 miles (9.7 km) from the current office in Long Island City.



In 2001 the airline had announced that it wanted to take 74,000 square feet (6,900 m2) of space in the Forest Hills Tower, and by December 2002 announced that it planned to increase its leased space.

If you searching for JetBlue Airlines Customer Service Number, you are at the right place. In this post, we have provided a list of JetBlue Airlines Customer Service Phone Numbers. You can call JetBlue Airlines Customer Support the JetBlue Airlines 800 Phone Number given here and solve your queries.

JetBlue Airline corporate office address : 27-01 Queens Plaza North
Long Island City, NY 11101

Headquarters Email JetBlue Airline: corporatecommunications@jetblue.com

JetBlue Airline corporate office phone number : (718) 286-7900

headquarters website: Click here

Discussion forum: Click here


JetBlue Airline International Customer Service numbers

Aruba: 297-588-5388
Bahamas: 1-800-538-2853
Bermuda: 1-800-884-9616
Colombia: 01800-9-156761
Germany: 0800-6648288
Ireland: 1-800-657427
Mexico: 001-800-861-3372

How to Contact JetBlue AirlineTOLL FREE 1-800 NUMBER

List of numbers for JetBlue Airline Customer care and Reservations support

JetBlue Airline Customer Service : 1-800-538-2583 / 00 1 801-449-2525
Reservation support number : + 1 (844)-888-6255
JetBlue Airline Customer Relations number : 00 1 801-449-2525
Group Travel number : 538-2583
JetBlue Airline Gift Card Assistance  : 1-800-336-5530
Flight Arrival/Departure inquiry number of JetBlue Airline : 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583)

Below are the steps which show a demo of how to contact the JetBlue Airline Customer Service

  • Welcome to JetBlue AirlineCustomer Service, how can I help you today?
  • for service in English, press one
  • Tell me the reason of calling. Do you want information about reservations or flight status?
  • Please select from one in all the subsequent four options
    For flight Reservations, press one,
  • Reservations.
  • Okay, we got your option. Please provide little more information like book a new flight or change my reservations; tell me your choice.
  • Change my reservations.
  • Thank you, please tell me the flight number or if you don’t understand it say continue.
  • Continue.
  • Ok, in this case, what city would the flight depart from?
  • To search for our lowest fare, press two
  • for commonly asked queries, press 3
  • to book a new flight, press one



JetBlue Airline Executive Team

Robin Hayes: Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Stephen J. Priest: Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Jeffrey L. Martin: Executive Vice President of Operations
Bonny W. Simi: President of Jetblue Technology Ventures
John Allen: Chief Safety Officer and Vice President
Eash Sundaram: Executive Vice President, Chief Information Officer
Marty SaintSt. George: Executive Vice President, Commercial & Planning

JetBlue Airline Application download

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JetBlue Airline Services

  • EAT, DRINK & BE CARRIED
  • NEVER BORED ONBOARD
  • GET ONBOARD & GET ONLINE
  • STRETCHING OUT IS SO IN
  • AT Your Service
  • Headsetsb
  • Blanket and Pillow
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Eat Up Meal Boxes

JetBlue Airline history

JetBlue is a US based non-expensive airline headquartered in the Long Island of New York. Having its main base at the John F. Kennedy International Airport and corporate office in Utah, it has been rated as the 5th biggest airline of the United States.



The airline serves almost all major destinations in the country, in addition to flights to Bermuda, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Costa Rica, Barbados, the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Jamaica, Grenada, Peru, Tobago, Trinidad, Puerto Rico, Mexico etc. As of now, they serve 92 destinations within US, Latin America, South America and the Caribbean.

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Resource: wikipedia, JetBlue Airline

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JetBlue Airline Customer Service
Average rating:  
 2 reviews
by Rick Mahnn on JetBlue Airline Customer Service

I have been flying Jet Blue since the first week the airline started. I have always enjoyed the Jet Blue Experience but did fly other airlines to Los Angeles when traveling there. That all changed when I experienced Mint for the first time.

by Tito Rodriguez on JetBlue Airline Customer Service

Great facility and corporate headquarters. They try to emulate Google and Facebook headquarters and it's a very nice atmosphere, but it's the airline industry and they nickle and dime you at the cafeteria.

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