James Haller · 8 months ago
JetBlue Airlines Corp. JBLU, -6.19 percent said late Wednesday it would stop changing and cancel new flight booking fees from Thursday to March 11 for travel completed by June 1. "The policy is designed to give customers confidence that, given evolving coronavirus concerns, they will not be charged any JetBlue fees for changes or cancelations later on," the airline said in a statement. The move will apply to all JetBlue tariffs, including its cheapest tariffs, which do not generally allow any changes or cancellations. Flights booked via JetBlue Vacations will also be permitted with no fees for changes or cancellations also read JetBlue Cancellation Policy, the firm said. Earlier this week, U.S. airlines including United and American Airlines suspended cancelling and rebooking fees for flights to South Korea as COVID-19 disease spread to that country and a number of others.
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