JetBlue Offers New Unlimited Flight Package

BluePass is catered toward business travelers
By Newser Editors and Wire Services
Posted Jul 28, 2011 1:50 PM CDT
In this June 2, 2010 file photo, a JetBlue airplane takes off from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.   (Seth Wenig)

(Newser) – JetBlue introduced several new three-month, unlimited flight plans today in an attempt to snare more higher-paying business travelers. BluePass is available only for departure from Boston Logan International Airport or Long Beach Airport for travel between Aug. 22 and Nov. 22. The offer is a more focused version of its All-You-Can-Jet plan, announced in 2009. That plan, where travelers could go anywhere JetBlue flies, sold out within days, as did the second incarnation in 2010. JetBlue didn't offer the pass this year.

Customers can book starting Aug. 15. Just like the All-You-Can-Jet pass, there are a limited number of passes available, though JetBlue won't say how many. The new plan has three options: The first, costing $1299, allows for travel between Long Beach and nine Western cities. The second, at $1499, offers Boston fliers unlimited travel to 13 cities in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. The third option is $1999 for travel from Boston to any city JetBlue serves. (Read more JetBlue stories.)

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