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JetBlue brings back $499 unlimited flight pass

On Oct. 21, 2010 JetBlue Airways Corp. said

On Oct. 21, 2010 JetBlue Airways Corp. said its third-quarter net income soared, earning $59 million, or 18 cents per share in the three months ended Sept. 30. Credit: Gerard Issacson

JetBlue is at it again-- the airline just announced plans to bring its all-you-can jet pass back this fall.

This year, $499 buys unlimited flights between Sept. 7 and Oct. 6 anywhere the airline flies--with the important exception that you can't fly on Fridays or Sundays.

A second pass, $699, allows passengers to fly seven days a week.

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Limitations: Passengers must book their flights at least three days in advance or face a $50 fee. All travel must be booked by Oct. 3. Taxes and fees are extra when flying to Puerto Rico. Itinerary changes are permitted, but a $50 fee will be assessed for changes made within three days of the flight.

Passes (which are limited in number) can be purchased online at now, while supplies last. Pass-holders have a bit more time to begin planning their globe-trotting adventures-- booking isn't permitted until Monday, Aug. 23.



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