About JetBlue the New Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer Partner
JetBlue is an American low cost airline that’s predominantly domestic, but they also have flights to Central and South America as well the Caribbean. For KrisFlyer members this means a large increase in earning options when flying around the US, and for those looking to connect in JFK there’s a great range of options, just check out this route map:
To check out all of the routes have a look at the JetBlue site here:
KrisFlyer Earning Rates With JetBlue
The earning rates are reasonably generous considering these are domestic flights and JetBlue is a low cost airline:
- Business class fares C, D, I and J will earn 125% of mileage flown.
- Economy class fares B, E, H, K, L, M, Q, R, V, W and Y will earn 100% of mileage flown.
- Discounted economy class fares O, P, S, U and Z will earn 50% of mileage flown.
- All other fares will not earn any mileage.
Don’t forget that you also have the option of earning with United as a Star Alliance partner as well as Virgin America, these have different earning rates with nothing less than 100% based on mileage. For more details on earning rates for other partners check out the earning tables here:
How to Find Your Fare Class on JetBlue
To check on the earning rates for your flight you’ll need to find the Fare Class of the ticket that you are purchasing.
This is hidden in the “Fare Rules” which you can find as you go through the booking process under “Fare Restrictions” (found in the itinerary pane). The first letter of the long code usually denotes the fare class. So for the example below the outbound flight is “M” and the return is “B” earning 100% mileage.
I’ve never flown with JetBlue, so if you have I’d love to know what your experience was like