JetBlue Airlines Cancel ‘All You Can Jet’ For 2011

JetBlue Airlines has announced that they are taking away the much loved ‘All You Can Jet‘ pass for 2011. This is undoubtedly a sad news to All You Can Jet (AYCJ) community. This program started in 2009 and became popular so quickly like a speeding jet. With AYCJ, the airline offered a month of unlimited traveling around their route network for amazing prices like $499. It was one of the few most innovative programs of the airline industry, which benefited both the traveler and the airline.

No More All You Can Jet Pass

Previous JetBlue's All You Can Jet Pass

Previous JetBlue's All You Can Jet Pass | (c) Photo By isango

If you are an All You Can Jet member, you must have received the message by now saying:

“Thank you for being a part of our All-You-Can-Jet program. We hope you enjoyed flying anywhere you liked, as often as you liked!

We’ve been fielding a lot of questions about our plans for the AYCJ program. As a member of the AYCJ community we wanted you to be the first to know that we will not be offering this program in 2011″.

However, JetBlue, one of the safest airlines to fly in US, has other special offers for travelers, which would partly make up for the cancelled program. So don’t feel down yet as you still have time to plan for your fall vacation. JetBlue has some awesome deals such as cruises starting at $159 and vacation packages starting at $275.

Though the All You Can Jet got cancelled for 2011, let’s hope the airline will bring it back in some form in the near future. But, for the time being let’s remember the trips with All You Can Jet and enjoy the latest JetBlue offers.

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