The Quick and Easy Way to File a Complaint With JetBlue
JetBlue Airways is one of the most popular discount airlines in the United States; in fact, with 270 airplanes, it has the seventh-largest fleet and one of the largest route maps of any carrier in all of North America. This means that if you've flown commercially in the United States, there's a good chance you've at least considered flying with JetBlue.
Like any airline, however, you may have reasons to . Perhaps they lost or damaged your baggage and you haven't been able to get compensated. Maybe you had a financial loss that was JetBlue's fault due to a delayed or canceled flight.
Regardless of the reason you have complaints about JetBlue, it's important to go through the right channels to get the best results. This article will tell you how to contact JetBlue Customer Support, how to file third-party complaints against JetBlue, and even how DoNotPay can help you sue JetBlue in small claims court.
How to Contact JetBlue Customer Support to Make a Complaint
JetBlue Airways is fairly easy to contact: the airline allows you to in person, by mail, over the phone, and they provide a variety of ways to contact them online. The following chart details the ways you can reach a Complaints Resolution Official (CRO) with JetBlue:
|JetBlue Airways Phone Number||1-800-JET-BLUE (1-800-538-2583)|
|JetBlue Airways Mailing Address||JetBlue, 27-01 Queens Plaza North, Long Island City, NY 11101|
|JetBlue Airways Live Chat (Desktop)||Contact Page|
|JetBlue Airways Online Feedback Form||Support Form|
|Apple Business Chat (on Apple devices)||Apple Business Chat|
|Google Business Messenger
(on Android devices)
|Google Business Messenger|
If you want to file a complaint in person, you can find a Complaints Resolution Officer at any airport JetBlue serves. It's a good idea to have your flight number and date, seat location, names of any relevant crew members, and your TrueBlue membership number ready when you file your complaint.
How to File a Third-Party Complaint Against JetBlue
There are a few ways to file third-party complaints against JetBlue and other airlines. These can help get your complaint noticed and handled more quickly, since airlines hate negative publicity. They can also help other people avoid the problems you had, so you may be doing a service for others by complaining publicly.
While your first step should always be to contact JetBlue directly, the following methods may help if you haven't made progress with them.
- Consider filing a complaint with the U.S. Department of Transportation. This can really help get your complaint noticed.
- Go to the Better Business Bureau, Yelp, or Google Reviews if you want to file a public complaint.
- If you booked your tickets through a travel website (such as Expedia) or a travel agent, complain through them as well.
Take JetBlue to Small Claims Court If Your Complaint Is Not Resolved
If JetBlue has continually refused to give you compensation you deserve, you have the power to take them to small claims court. The process of taking a business to small claims court varies greatly by location, but in general, you'll need to begin by writing a demand letter and sending it to JetBlue's headquarters.
The next step is filing your claim in the appropriate court. You'll need to list "JetBlue Airways" as the defendant. Though the airline's headquarters are in New York, you can sue them in any small claims jurisdiction they operate in.
You'll want to make sure you have enough copies of all the appropriate paperwork: some jurisdictions may require three or four copies of the forms you fill out. Your court's website will have directions on how to serve JetBlue with the lawsuit. The final step is to show up in court.
How to Sue JetBlue in Small Claims Court With DoNotPay
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You also know that your case will be laid out as professionally as possible, increasing your chances of success. The only thing you have to do is answer our bot's questions, and we'll handle the rest.
Here's how to start a small claims lawsuit against JetBlue with DoNotPay:
- Log-in to DoNotPay and select the Sue Now product.
- Tell us how much you are owed by the company, if applicable.
- Select the reason for your lawsuit.
- Provide details about why you're filing the lawsuit including photographic proof and other important information.
And that's all! Once you've filled in the details, DoNotPay will generate your demand letter or court filing forms. We'll even mail the demand letter to JetBlue for you! In addition, we'll provide you with a script that you can use in court to help benefit your case.
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