JetBlue raises checked-bag fees as part of ancillary revenue push

Credit: Rob Finlayson
New, higher fees at JetBlue Airways for checked bags and other services signal the airline’s intent to lean more on ancillary revenues as part of a broader effort to boost margins. The new checked-bag fees, $30 for the first bag, $40 for the second, and $150 for each additional, add $5, $5, and $50...

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