NEW YORK — JetBlue Airways Corp. is offering an "all-you-can-fly" pass where passengers can book an unlimited amount of flights over a month for $599.
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The airline said Wednesday that pass holders will be able to fly to any of JetBlue's 56 destinations between Sept. 8 and Oct. 8.
Customers must book the pass by Aug. 21.
Pass holders can book travel within three days before a desired departure date. Domestic taxes and fees are included, but international and Puerto Rico taxes and fees are not included in the deal. A $100 change or cancellation fee also applies.
"No shows" for flights will incur a $100 fee, and the pass will be suspended until the fee is paid.
JetBlue's frequent fliers will get 35 TrueBlue points for buying the pass.
In addition to the 56 cities JetBlue serves in the U.S., Mexico, South America and the Caribbean, the discount carrier will add service to Baltimore on Sept. 9 and to Barbados on October 1.
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