JetBlue says yes to higher prices – TravelMole true

[bsa_pro_ad_space id=26]

JetBlue says yes to higher prices

Sunday, 17 Mar, 2005 0

JetBlue became the latest airline to join the round of fare hikes that appears to be permanent, at least for the immediate future.

The airline is raising fares about $4 for each way on some of its lowest fares

The carrier’s top fares at a maximum of $299 each way for cross-country flights remain unchanged.

JetBlue’s increase comes after Southwest raising its fares in the past two weeks by as much as $20 since the overall increases began.

Report by David Wilkening


Related News Stories :   Hawaiian flags a new era of growth     Registration opens for first all-inclusive ABTA Convention     Thomas Cook revises flight times for next pilot strike     Airlines’ profits being squeezed, says IATA     John McEwan takes up new chairmanship     Hong Kong Airlines heading for Gold Coast  



Most Read

Ras Al Khaimah’s Tourism Triumph: A Conversation with Lyad Rasbey, RAKTDA Vice President

Turks and Caicos Tourism Resilience: A Collaborative Approach

Marriott International’s Antoinette Van den Berg Highlights Diverse Portfolio and Optimistic Outlook

Exploring Chile’s Sustainable and Adventurous Charms with Cristóbal Benítez

Sabah’s Deputy Minister of Tourism Advocates Sustainable and Inclusive Tourism

Tad Pierson

Media Getaway 2024 Unveiled: A Conversation with Howard Salinger of the Travel Connection Group

Ajman’s Sustainable Initiatives and Unique Experiences: A Conversation with Hind Sultan Al Marzooqi

Cruise Saudi’s Ambitious Voyage: A Conversation with Mashoor Baeshen

Air Transat’s Sonia Kurek Unveils Growth and Sustainability Initiatives in Exclusive Interview

Capturing the Magic of Sable Island: Geordie Mott’s Picture Perfect Tours

Exploring Blue Diamond Resorts with Alejandro Rodriguez del Peon

Your region selection will be saved in your cookie for future visits. Please enable your cookie for so this dialog box will not come up again.

Our emails to you has bounced Or You can change your email from your profile Setting Section

Price Based Country test mode enabled for testing United States (US). You should do tests on private browsing mode. Browse in private with Firefox, Chrome and Safari