Count on us to help you through Open Enrollment!

Know these 4 things about your 2019 JetBlue Benefits so you can have smooth travels through Open Enrollment this year.

Find detailed benefits information here:

Open Enrollment is October 18-30.
Enroll on BCSS and follow the newly-improved prompts to update your dependents and make your 2019 elections.


#1 Cigna is replacing Delta Dental.

Starting January 1, 2019, Cigna will be our dental plan provider and will offer two dental plan options, the DPPO and the DHMO. The new plans also come with Cigna’s large, nationwide network of dentists, which your dentist may already participate in.

The DPPO is similar to our current dental plan but with lower premiums, and it allows you to use both an in- and out-of-network dentist (but you’ll likely pay less if you stay in-network). The DHMO offers in-network coverage and it has lower paycheck premiums than the DPPO.

If you do not actively elect a dental plan during Open Enrollment, you will be automatically defaulted in the DPPO. Learn more about your dental coverage. Check out the Patient Charge Schedule (PCS) for the DHMO to learn what amount you pay for covered services and any frequency limitations.

#2 There are changes to your rates for 2019.

Your Medical and Dental rates are changing for next year but your Vision, Long Term Disability, Voluntary Short Term Disability and Group Legal rates are all staying the same. Check out the 2019 Medical and Dental rates.

#3 The amount of money contributed to your Health Accounts is increasing.

Starting next year, all Crewmembers can receive up to $950 (individual) and $1,900 (family) in contributions from JetBlue to use for eligible healthcare expenses. How you receive these JetBlue contributions depends on your job.

Pilots All Other Crewmembers
JetBlue now contributes:

Seed dollars to start (prorated for new enrollees)

$550 (individual)
$1,100 (family)

$400 (individual)
$800 (family)

Healthy Rewards dollars

$400 (individual)
$800 (family)

$550 (individual)
$1,100 (family)

Learn more about an HRA or HSA, or see more detailed information about Healthy Rewards.

#4 Blue Plan’s HSA contribution amounts are increasing.

The IRS increased the maximum annual amount you can contribute to your HSA to $3,500 (individual) and $7,000 (family) for 2019. Remember, the HSA maximum is inclusive of both the JetBlue Seed and Healthy Rewards money. See more HSA details.

Questions? Know who to call.

BlueBenefits at 1-800-466-5062 for:

  • Open Enrollment questions
  • Help with other benefits issues

BlueCarpet at 1-866-529-1675 for:

  • Support and guidance
  • Access to great programs and services