JetBlue A320 Early-Morning Flight BOS-MCO

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Come with me as I board a JetBlue Airbus A320 from Boston to Orlando! My sister had a soccer tournament down in San Juan, Puerto Rico so we all had to leave freezing cold Massachusetts for 80-degree weather and sunshine! This flight was very early in the morning and I apologize if my videotaping is not as good as it could be. I had a swim meet and then was out with friends the previous night and only got 2 hours of sleep before having to wake up to drive to Logan at 3:00 A.M. The flight was very smooth with just the occasional bump and the worst part had to be the annoying kids sitting right behind me who wouldn't just shut up and go to sleep for the ENTIRE flight! I hope you enjoy this video as well as find it informal! Please leave it a like if you enjoyed it! Thanks fr watching and stay tuned for more!!!!!

FAQ:

Airline: JetBlue Airways
Aircraft: Airbus A320-232
Aircraft Registration: N564JB
Aircraft Delivery: 06/06/2003
MSN: 2020
Aircraft Name: Absolute Blue
Engines: 2 x IAE V2527-A5
Seat: 15F
Flight #: B651
Destination: Orlando International Airport (MCO)
Date: 01/27/2017

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