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JetBlue cutting legroom, doing away with free bags for some fliers
JetBlue cutting legroom, doing away with free bags for some fliers

Some major changes are coming to America’s favorite budget airline. JetBlue Airways, which has earned top marks from customers in the low-cost air carrier category, revealed plans Wednesday to eliminate free checked bags for its lowest fares and decrease legroom on its Airbus A320 fleet. Starting early next year, the company announced, customers will have a choice of three different “fare bundle options,” one of which will not include JetBlue’s signature “first bag free” promise. The other two fare options will allow customers to check one and two bags for free, respectively. Customers can say goodbye to its free Wi-Fi Internet service too. The...

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