JetBlue introduces new flight passes
JetBlue's new flight passes target business travelers in Boston and Southern California.
- Flight passes are good for travel from Boston and Long Beach, California
- Passes offer unlimited travel to select cities between August and November
- The airline is targeting business travelers in its high-frequency flying markets
(CNN) -- JetBlue Airways is courting business travelers with three new flight passes announced Thursday.
The BluePass offers unlimited travel on flights between August 22 and November 22 from two airports, Boston's Logan International 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 these markets," Dennis Corrigan, JetBlue's vice president of sales and revenue management, said in a statement.
For $1,299, travelers can fly between Long Beach and nine markets in the West, Texas and Illinois. Two options are available originating in Boston; a $1,499 pass to 13 Northeast markets or a $1,999 pass for travel from Boston to 32 cities with nonstop service and 22 connecting cities.
Bookings must be made online starting August 15. Travelers may book any available seat up to 90 minutes before departure with no blackout dates.
The pass is a more targeted take on the airline's "all-you-can-jet" pass, an offer introduced in 2009 for unlimited flights for one month between all JetBlue destinations.