About dental.

JetBlue offers one dental plan — Delta Dental PPO Plus Premier — with two network choices: Delta Dental Premier® and Delta Dental PPOSM.

How it works.

With Delta Dental, you can use any licensed dentist, but you’ll usually save money by going to a participating dentist in one of the networks (Premier or PPO) because you’ll get the reduced rate. Dentists who do not participate with Delta Dental can bill you for amounts over the plan’s “Allowed Amount.

The networks are different sizes and have different levels of savings.

Delta Dental Premier®

Delta Dental PPOSM

Larger network offering general level of fee reductions

More select network (smaller) offering deeper fee reductions

Where’s my dental ID card?

Wondering where your ID card is? Good news: You don’t need one!
Instead of using an ID card when visiting the dentist, simply tell the dental office staff the following information:

  • You are covered by Delta Dental through your employer, JetBlue. (Please note: Family members covered under your plan will be required to provide your details.)
  • Your name.
  • Your date of birth.
  • Your social security number.

Still need an ID card? Here’s what to do if you would like a copy:

  • Computer: Visit, and log in to “Online Services.” Click “Register” if you haven’t already signed up. Click on “My ID card” in the left column. A new window with your ID card should pop up, which you can print out for your records. (If nothing happens, check whether your browser is blocking pop-ups.)
  • Mobile device: Visit, log in to your account and select “My ID card” from the main menu. You can pull up this electronic ID card to use at your dental office.