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    What about Jet Blue from Boston to Aruba...anyone use this route?

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    They just fly Saturdays....

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    We used them this past March and it was great, on time and no problems.

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    we are using JetBlue this Wednesday from Boston to Aruba, one stop in NY. We are nervous about the layover going down because it is only 40 min. but I have flown with JetBlue before going to other destinations and have never had a problem.

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    Have flown with Jet Blue from Boston to Aruba. They have non-stops on Mondays, Wed and Saturdays in the high season. Lots of leg room and flights were great.

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    I dont know about Boston-aruba, but I've used Jet Blue JFK-CUN. Really short lines compared to other airlines. Thought flights were fine. I'm paying for the extra legroom seats for JFK-AUA on sept 20. But they now charge for blanket/pillow ($7) but what the news reports dont tell you is that (at least according to what I've read) you get a $5 certificate for Bed Bath and Beyond in that package with the blankie and they are reusable.)

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    i think many will pay the price for the blanket/pillow.
    using the rerun pillows and blankets after all is kind of skeevy.
    good idea jet blue.

    Quote Originally Posted by Karen in NYC View Post
    I dont know about Boston-aruba, but I've used Jet Blue JFK-CUN. Really short lines compared to other airlines. Thought flights were fine. I'm paying for the extra legroom seats for JFK-AUA on sept 20. But they now charge for blanket/pillow ($7) but what the news reports dont tell you is that (at least according to what I've read) you get a $5 certificate for Bed Bath and Beyond in that package with the blankie and they are reusable.)

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    Whats gona be funny with this new JB blanket/pillow thing is waiting to see what everyone shows up with.....Quilts, bed pillows...maybe even sheets, mattress pads....beach towels.....there's gona be some people out there taking it to the extreme....LOL !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    i think many will pay the price for the blanket/pillow.
    using the rerun pillows and blankets after all is kind of skeevy.
    good idea jet blue.
    What's next....tp at $5 per sheeet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rob o View Post
    What's next....tip at $5 per sheeet?
    Well, in that case you could bring your own from home.

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