JetBlue Airways is very pet friendly. Their program, JetPaws, includes a pet carrier bag tag, 300 TrueBlue points each way, a welcome e-mail and a free pet travel guide. They have flights primarily on the east and west coast of the United States, the Caribbean, Aruba and Colombia.
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Other JetPaws program elements include a special welcome e-mail for pet owners within one week of their booking and complimentary access to a downloadable e-booklet highlighting pet-friendly hotels, restaurants, parks and animal hospitals in some of JetBlue's top cities, including Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, Long Beach, Calif., New York, Orlando, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.
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Your furry little friend will love to travel in the comfy soft-sided JetPaws™ carrier, designed to fit easily under JetBlue's cabin seats. This unique pet carrier features JetBlue's travel Petiquette™ on the fabric pattern.
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Download the JetPaws™ Travel Guide
Still anxious about traveling with your pet? Not to worry. Take a look at JetBlue’s , which gives you everything you need to know about traveling with a dog or cat on JetBlue. It includes information on carrier bag-tags and TrueBlue points (which you earn 300 of for each segment of your flight when traveling with a furry friend). Read up on the best practices for flying with a pet and you’ll both have a purrfect experience.“With more than 80,000 pets traveling on JetBlue each year, the JetPaws program is designed to make traveling with pets smooth from start to finish,” said Kim Ruvolo, JetBlue's brand manager. “We know that our customers are passionate about their pets and very emotionally connected to them so this program ensures that our customer service extends to our four-legged customers too.”JetBlue operates a program known as JetPaws that gives owners all the tools and tips needed for smooth travel with their pets. All pet carriers receive a free JetBlue pet tag that is attached to the carrier at check-in, information of the pet relief areas in the airport as well as the destination airport for dogs who need a break, and tips to make the flight enjoyable for everyone. I am flying on JetBlue with my dog later this month. The pet carrier I was planning to use is not the specific JetPaws carrier. Has anyone used a different carrier on JetBlue, and have you had any issues? I don’t want them to not let us on due to the carrier size!