JetBlue Relaxes Rules for Hurricane Bill

The Associated Press reports that JetBlue Airways says it will waive ticket-change fees and fare differences for customers needing to change their flights to or from Bermuda. JetBlue Airways said Wednesday it will waive such fees to allow customers booked for flights to or from Bermuda to postpone their trip due to the approach of Hurricane Bill, a currently a Category 3 hurricane.

JetBlue operates daily flights to Bermuda from Boston and New York. Customers booked on flights to or from Bermuda on Friday or Saturday can change to other flights between the same cities anytime through Tuesday if seats are available. Changes must be made before the traveler's original scheduled departure.

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