JetBlue fliers can say goodbye to checking a first bag for free unless they're willing to pay more for their tickets.
The airline, which serves LAX, Long Beach and Burbank, introduced a new fare structure that means spending at least $15 for a first checked bag. The new fares went into effect June 30.
If you buy a regular Blue ticket, you'll pay $20 at Web check-in or at an airport kiosk and $25 at the check-in counter for a first checked bag. A second checked bag costs $35.
If you buy a Blue Plus ticket, you receive one free checked bag; a Blue Flex ticket, two free checked bags. Each ticket category comes with...