JetBlue is getting aggressive with pricing specials, offering three new flight passes, the company announced Thursday. Among JetBlue's offers is one for unlimited passenger travel on flights between August 22 and November 22 from Boston's Logan International Airport and Long Beach Airport near Los Angeles.
"We are the largest carrier in both Boston and Long Beach, and we have built a solid network of key destinations and high frequencies in those markets," said Dennis Corrigan, JetBlue's vice president of sales and revenue management, in a statement.
For $1,299 buyers of JetBlue's unlimited pass can travel between Long Beach and nine markets in the West, Texas and Illinois. Two optoins are available for flyers out of Boston. They can go for $1,499 to 13 Northeast markets or for $1,999 they can travel from Boston to 32 cities in the U.S. with nonstop service and 22 connecting cities.
Bookings for the offers can be made online at JetBlue's Web site beginning August 15, the company says.
Travelers with the unlimited pass can book seats on flights up to 90 minutes in advance of departure with no blackout dates.
The pass is a different spin on JetBlue's "all-you-can-jet" pass, first offered in 2009 for unlimited flights for one month between all JetBlue destinations.