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JetBlue Joins Major Airlines in Offering Luggage Delivery Service

Excerpt from ABC News

Aug 13, 2013 2:30 am

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JetBlue joins American and United in offering this service, which the two major airlines rolled out earlier in the summer. After they led the way, JetBlue likely felt it had no choice if it wanted to compete.

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JetBlue's new delivery service will eliminate the luggage hunt for a fee. Michael Gray / Flickr


JetBlue is the latest airline to team up with a bag-delivery service to bring your checked bags from the airport to your final destination.

One bag will cost $25; two bags, $35; and three to 10 bags, $40 for bags delivered to within 40 miles of the airport. Delivery 41 to 100 miles is an additional $1 per mile. There is no delivery beyond 100 miles.

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