NEW YORK (AP) - JetBlue is introducing several new, three-month unlimited flight plans in an attempt to attract more higher-paying business travelers.
The BluePass tickets, available only for departures from Boston Logan International Airport or Long Beach Airport, will be on sale between Aug. 22 and Nov. 22.
The first option costs $1299 and allows travel between Long Beach and nine Western cities. The second, at $1499, offers Boston fliers unlimited travel to 13 cities in the Northeast and MidAtlantic. The third option is $1999 for travel between Boston and 32 cities nonstop and 22 additional cities through connections at New York, Orlando or Ft. Lauderdale.
Customers of the New York carrier can book starting Aug. 15. There are no change fees or blackout dates with the pass.
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