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JetBlue offers more all-you-can-fly passes

Posted by Paul Makishima, Globe Assistant Sunday Editor  August 17, 2011 03:03 PM

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JetBlue has decided to offer more of its unlimited flight passes from Boston through tomorrow. The carrier introduced the new BluePass last month and they sold out in a week.

BluePass passengers can take an unlimited flights to 55 destinations out of Logan International Airport starting Aug. 22 through Nov. 22 for a flat rate of $1,999.

JetBlue also is continuing to offer Boston travelers a second Select pass for $1,499, which allows them to fly to 13 nonstop destinations, mainly on the East Coast. This BluePass is available until the end of the month or while supplies last.

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