Passengers who choose Blue Basic will board last and can only choose a seat during the check-in process, which begins 24 hours before the flight’s departure. Fliers will still have the same access to the carrier’s standard array of perks including free Wi-Fi, snacks, drinks and seat-back television. Customers can bring carry-ons, and, as with most other classes of tickets, Blue Basic fliers will have to pay for checked baggage.
“Our new low fare will be anything but basic, designed to help customers save while still offering the full JetBlue experience,” Joanna Geraghty, the airlines’ president and COO, said in a press release. “This will attract ultra-low-fare seekers to JetBlue, where we can take better care of them than other airlines do.”
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