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    JetBlue Vs US Airways board bag fees

    JetBlue Vs US Airways board bag fees:

    Tickets are 180$ one way to san diego from newark. Whats the cheaper bog bag fee's?

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    I dont know how up to date this is but.....

    http://www.surfline.com/travel/board...s.cfm?id=15425

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    Bro! fly southwest. 50 bucks one way for 2 surfboards! flight to san diego is like 130 one way also.

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    JetBlue

    JetBlue's board fee is $50 for a domestic flight. Even if if USAir is free I would pay to go JB. Why cram yourself into a crappy old and dirty plane when you can fly with leather seats and free direct TV?

    http://help.jetblue.com/SRVS/CGI-BIN...obj(400780)#s3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trident View Post
    JetBlue's board fee is $50 for a domestic flight. Even if if USAir is free I would pay to go JB. Why cram yourself into a crappy old and dirty plane when you can fly with leather seats and free direct TV?

    http://help.jetblue.com/SRVS/CGI-BIN...obj(400780)#s3
    wow looks like you can't even fly your boards to Bermuda w/ jet blue. Wonder why...

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    Tickets Booked - May 18, 3:45pm departing from PHL - 1 way!!!!!!!

    Board bag fees for a surfboard on US Air are $200. I'm just selling my 2 boards before i go and picking up a fresh one out there. I wish i would have checked the Prices before i confirmed the ticket but, o well. lesson learned, i'll remeber that for the next flight i take.

    $196 with taxes and fees, non stop PHL to SAN. Cant wait!!!!

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    SICK bro! You know we will all be living vicariously through you right?

    Well, maybe not during hurricane swell... but the rest of the time we will....

    This thread has prompted me to start looking for jobs in CA and HI. It's a long shot, but you never know...

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    It's $75 for international destinations on JetBlue. Not sure I would take the chance trying to find waves in Bermuda though...

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