Like many other airlines, JetBlue sells extra legroom seats on all of their flights. In addition to bulkhead and exit row seats, their planes have additional legroom in other rows as well. On their regional E-190 jets, they’ve been reconfigured such that row 12, the exit row, along with row 13 and 14 offer 39″ of pitch. The rest of the E-190 has a seat pitch of 32″ – still slightly more than other carriers standard of 31″. Due to this reconfiguration, the extra legroom is removed from the rest of the seats aft of the exit row.
The E-190 is an enjoyable regional jet. It’s such a hybrid I have trouble calling it a regional jet in comparison to the claustrophobic torture chamber that is a RJ145. Overheads are large enough for most roll aboard bags and the two by two seating, where everyone has either an aisle or window seat, make flying on this aircraft enjoyable.
JetBlue also has IFE throughout the cabin. With their partnership with American Airlines, AAdantage members can earn miles on some short haul flights out of JFK to markets that American doesn’t offer non stop flights on, such as BTV, IAD, ROC, BUF, and others.