JetBlue has increased its luggage fees

It now costs at least $5 more to check your bag.

JetBlue Airways aircrafts at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York in 2013. Fred Prouser / Reuters

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Flying JetBlue may cost you more green.

Logan Airport’s largest carrier has raised its baggage fees by $5 for tickets booked on or after this past Monday, according to the company’s website.

The company now charges $30 for the first checked bag and $40 for the second checked bag. For tickets booked before Monday, travelers were charged $25 and $35, respectively.

The price of additional checked bags beyond two as well as overweight and oversized bags has also increased, from $100 to $150, according to the company. An overweight bag is a bag that weighs 51 pounds or more, and an oversized bag is longer than 63 inches.

Furthermore, the fee to change or cancel a flight worth more than $200 has increased from $150 to $200, plus the difference in fare, according to the website.

JetBlue was recently ranked one of the best domestic airlines in the United States by Travel + Leisure magazine readers as part of the publication’s annual World’s Best Awards.