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JetBlue Celebrates 24th Anniversary with One-Way Flights for Less Than $50

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JetBlue Celebrates 24th Anniversary with One-Way Flights for Less Than $50

In celebration of their 24th anniversary, JetBlue is offering one-way flights to cities across the United States for less than $50. The New York-based airline has been promoting various offers throughout the week in honor of their two decades of service. This Friday marks the culmination of their anniversary deals, featuring flights with prices as low as $49.

Passengers can book flights departing from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to destinations such as Miami and Chicago for the discounted rate. The low-cost fares are available for travel between the 20th of this month and May 15, with bookings required before 12 a.m. on JetBlue’s official website.

Other options from LaGuardia Airport include flights to Boston starting at $44, New Orleans for $79, and Nassau, Bahamas, for $69. For travelers looking to venture to Caribbean islands and Central American countries, JetBlue offers one-way tickets to destinations such as Belize, Bermuda, and Guatemala City at affordable rates.

JetBlue is also promoting flights to popular Caribbean destinations. From JFK to Punta Cana, Puerto Plata, and Puerto Rico, fares start as low as $109. However, it’s important to note that these discounted tickets are subject to availability and do not include additional services such as baggage check-in. The limited-time offers also extend to European cities, with one-way ticket costs to Dublin and London starting at $399.

As part of their anniversary promotions, JetBlue is also showcasing discounts of up to 5,000 TrueBlue points and up to $650 off flight and hotel or flight and cruise packages. However, it’s important for travelers to take note of the varying availability and conditions of the discounted fares before booking.

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In related news, JetBlue recently announced changes to its flight routes and its unsuccessful acquisition of Spirit Airlines for $3.8 billion. On a positive note, the airline successfully completed its first direct flight from JFK Airport in New York to Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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