Construction at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)

Last Updated: 3/16/2018 15:00 PM ET

Beginning March 2018, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) will undergo a significant construction project which is slated to add a new terminal and improve security in Terminals B/C. JetBlue operates out of Terminal B.

During the construction, customers can expect the following impact:

  • Increased roadway congestion and lane closures in front of Terminals B/C
  • Shuttle and rideshare services have been relocated on the Ticketing level of Terminals B/C
  • Taxis and personal vehicles only will be allowed to pick up/drop off on the Baggage level
  • Curbside doors 2 and 5 to Ticketing/Check-In will be closed. Enter and exit the Ticketing lobby using doors 1, 3, 4, and 6. 

To avoid delays, consider using Metrorail service or use the Terminal garages for pick up and drop off as they are outside the construction zone.

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Inflight wi-fi update

Last Updated: 3/16/2018 15:00 PM ET

Our third party high-speed wi-fi provider has notified us that their security certificate will be expiring soon. Beginning on March 1, 2018, customers logging in to Fly-Fi® may receive an error message specific to the choice of browser used.

Fly-Fi is still available; however, an additional step is required to complete log in.

Please be assured that:

  • The error message is designed to protect customers from going to sites that are claiming to be something they are not.
  • has not been hacked.
  • Your data is not at any higher risk due to the expired security certificate.

Timeframe for resolution

The renewed security certificate needs to be manually installed on each aircraft by our business partner, so installation is not estimated to be completed fleet-wide before the end of March.

Runway construction at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

Last Updated: 3/16/2018 15:00 PM ET

Los Angeles International Airport's (LAX) south side runway is closed through mid-May 2018 while it undergoes a major makeover. 

While this important project will result in many long-term benefits, including lighting improvements, it could lead to longer taxi times for all airlines until completed. 

In the meantime, we're working together with the FAA to try to reduce the impact of this massive project wherever we can. We apologize for any delays you may experience during the construction.

For more details about LAX, please visit

For airport information, including check-in times and terminal information, click here.

Security directive on personal electronic devices & additional screening requirements for international customers

Last Updated: 3/16/2018 15:00 PM ET

Please be advised the Department of Homeland Security/Transportation Security Administration (DHS/TSA) has recently issued new requirements regarding personal electronic devices (PEDs) larger than a cell phone for flights traveling to the United States from international destinations. While customers are still allowed to bring PEDs onboard, increased and extensive security screenings, that may include interviews, will be conducted in accordance with this mandated DHS/TSA security directive.
All customers are encouraged to arrive at the airport early and allow extra time for travel due to the increased security screening. Please be sure to check the status of your flight online or via the JetBlue app prior to arriving at the airport. For airport information, including check-in times and terminal information, click here.
For additional details from the DHS, click here.

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