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JetBlue Makes First Schedule Extension of 2019 – Book Through October, 2019

JetBlue schedule extension
Written by Charlie

The first JetBlue schedule extension of 2019 has just come out so you can now book JetBlue flights up through October of 2019 now.

Every single day, many people come to Running with Miles because they are searching for the JetBlue schedule extension for 2019. That number has been growing in the last couple of weeks so it is obvious people really wanted the new JetBlue schedule!

JetBlue Schedule Extension through October 26, 2019

Link: JetBlue Schedule Extension for 2019

That time is now! The latest JetBlue schedule extension (and the first of 2019) has just come out and you can now book flights up until October 26, 2019. The previous end date was September 3 so this gives you just about 2 more months of booking timeframe.

This doesn’t really get you into the more busy November and December travel dates but that will come in the next couple of months. For now, get booking as the cheapest seats will likely go soon (but we should see another JetBlue sale that will cover this period around June or so).

If you are looking for travel with JetBlue, do not forget some of the ways you can save money and earn points for good deals with JetBlue:

  • You can get a 5% discount on all JetBlue airfare if you are U.S. Active Duty Military, Retired Military, Veterans, National Guard and Reserve, and their families plus get 2 free checked bags (must enroll in Veteran’s Advantage but you get a 30 day trial for free – more info here)
  • You can sign-up for the JetBlue Plus card and get 40,000 TrueBlue points
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About the author


Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.