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New Jersey to Antigua Caribbean $281 RT Nonstop Airfares on JetBlue Basic (Travel August - October 2021)

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JetBlue Airways and Expedia have round trip airfares travelling from New Jersey (EWR) to Antigua Caribbean (ANU) for $281, nonstop. These are Blue Basic fares, a restricted-type fare. On JetBlue's basic fare, you are only allowed one small personal item. There is no seat selection, changes or allowance for a carry-on bag.

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Departs EWR: Aug 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 23, 25, 28, 30; Sept 1, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25, 27, 29; Oct 4, 6, 13, 20, 25
Returns: Aug 4, 9, 11, 18; Sept 1, 4, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25, 27, 29; Oct 2, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13, 16, 18, 20, 25, 27, 30

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Anyone here remembers the legendary JetBlue All-You-Can Jet promo after 9/11? It was such a good and memorable travel promo. JetBlue was a great airliner back then. Now greed took over and they will try to nickel and dime you whenever you travel on with them. SAD!
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Anyone here remembers the legendary JetBlue All-You-Can Jet promo after 9/11? It was such a good and memorable travel promo. JetBlue was a great airliner back then. Now greed took over and they will try to nickel and dime you whenever you travel on with them. SAD!
They are far better then united and others especially united. JetBlue planes are newer more comfortable, more leg room, better inflight entertainment and the inflight crews are really good. Look around at the airline mishaps only recently was one about JetBlue and the person was using cocaine.

I just got offa JetBlue flight first Personal and carry-on included plus first checked bag free (I think this was an error)

JetBlue definitely has started charging for thing here and there but not a bad as others. Even if they were the same as others I would still fly with JetBlue for the aforementioned points.

Again this is just my experience
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Antigua in August
Antigua weather in August is marked by intense sunshine and year-high temperatures of up to 31°C, but with significantly more rainfall than the spring months. The drop in winds compared to July means you'll also notice the increasing humidity a lot more – it may be too humid for an active holiday during this time but that shouldn't put you off sunbathing.

Antigua in September
September is in the middle of the hurricane season, making it one of the most humid months of the year and not necessarily the best time to go to Antigua. There's plenty of sun to enjoy but if you're finding the weather a bit erratic and want to avoid the more frequent downpours, head to the capital, St John's for attractions including the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda.

Antigua in October
If you're weighing up when to go to Antigua, rainfall is at its highest during October at a little under 200mm on average. That said, there are still up to 8 hours of sunshine per day on average with temperatures hovering around 30.5°C, so the short-but-sharp showers clear up quickly and shouldn't detract from otherwise sunny weather.
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They are far better then united and others especially united. JetBlue planes are newer more comfortable, more leg room, better inflight entertainment and the inflight crews are really good. Look around at the airline mishaps only recently was one about JetBlue and the person was using cocaine.

I just got offa JetBlue flight first Personal and carry-on included plus first checked bag free (I think this was an error)

JetBlue definitely has started charging for thing here and there but not a bad as others. Even if they were the same as others I would still fly with JetBlue for the aforementioned points.

Again this is just my experience
Fair points. But what kind of airline would charge people for a carry on? Are we suppose to fly with our clothes only and we cannot even bring and extra outfit along with some personal hygiene items? We have to pay to bring those small items with us now? Common JetBlue and some other airlines! That's just pure greed. I used to love JetBlue. But ever since they sold their soul to Wall Street, it's all about profits now. That's why I booked with Delta last month which was cheaper and they allowed me one free carry on!
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Fair points. But what kind of airline would charge people for a carry on? Are we suppose to fly with our clothes only and we cannot even bring and extra outfit sling with silver personal hygienes items? We have to pay to bring those small items with us now? Common JetBlue and some other airlines! That's just pure greed. I used to love JetBlue. But ever since they sold their soul to Wall Street, it's all about profits now. That's why I booked with Delta last month which was cheaper and they allow me one free carry on!
No disagreements with what airlines are doing charging for carry-on. I have yet to experience that that with JetBlue. Delta is my second choice these days.

With this JetBlue fare you can pay for a check on (I did the process) but didn't book.

I to dislike the nickel and diming. Also have a deep disdain of the charge to pick your seat. I usually end up paying for that then calling customer service for an adjustment (or credit for my check bags) as I have a family of 6 and don't want kids(under7) sitting separately from their parents.

Also note to pick your seats otherwise if they oversell the flight(always these days) and everyone else picks a seat your likely the one to get bumped.

It's a craptube industry now I'm just flying with the better option(personal choices).

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The airlines biggest and newest excuse for the greed is now Covid whilst they banked on relief funds. The airlines industry acts like they are zero profit Companies. They have zillions in banks but hey simply don't want to tap into it. They have set money for emergency / disaster and unforeseen events i guess this wasn't one so they bitched and now the citizens have to pick up the slack.

/end rant (sorry)
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almost booked for my honeymoon, but looks like there are some travel restrictions. Sort of confused, but looks like at minimum of 48 hour quarantine and a $100 covid test once you are there.
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Um — isn't this hurricane season - in fact the worst of hurricane season?
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Fair points. But what kind of airline would charge people for a carry on? Are we suppose to fly with our clothes only and we cannot even bring and extra outfit along with some personal hygiene items? We have to pay to bring those small items with us now? Common JetBlue and some other airlines! That's just pure greed. I used to love JetBlue. But ever since they sold their soul to Wall Street, it's all about profits now. That's why I booked with Delta last month which was cheaper and they allowed me one free carry on!
I think JetBlue wants to stay competitive, since most of the other airlines are charging for stuff too. There is a benefit though, that more people will start choosing checked baggage, since carry-on is no longer the free option.
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