|Quoting Yellowstone (Thread starter):|
I was booking a flight from BOS down to IAD on JetBlue.com just now (going to visit some family over the break between semesters). While I certainly appreciated the $39 one-way fare, I was mildly annoyed to find that they do not tell you the type of aircraft on which you will be flying. Of course, when you select seats, you can tell from the seat diagram which type you will be on (4 vs. 6 abreast), but why don't they just tell you that at the beginning? Is it because they haven't thought to change that from when they only flew the A320?
|Quoting Delta777 (Reply 4):|
Although jetblue.com does not specify A/C, the flt number will tell you what A/C is operating. 3 digit flights are A320s, 4 digit flights are E190s.
|Quoting JetBluefan1 (Reply 6):|
All JFK-AUS flights are listed as 4 digits yet 1 of the 3 flights is operated by the A320
|Quoting Kearnet (Reply 2):|
BTW: On departure out of BOS, I couldv'e sworn the 190 was a mini 757 from the take off power (Wee!)