JetBlue Offers $1 Flights for Active Duty Military Members

A friend just e-mailed to tell me about a deal JetBlue Airlines is offering for Active Duty military member – $1 domestic nonstop flights from Washington DC area airports.

$1 JetBlue Flights for Active Duty Military Members

According to the press release from American Forces Press Service:

In honor of National Military Appreciation Month, JetBlue is offering active duty military personnel $1 fares for domestic, nonstop flights, for a limited time, departing from the two JetBlue cities nearest to the nation’s capital: Washington Dulles International Airport in Dulles, Va., and Richmond International Airport in Richmond, Va.

JetBlue flights available for $1: Good for nonstop flights from

  • Dulles to Boston, Los Angeles/Long Beach, Oakland, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and New York/JFK.
  • Richmond to Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando and New York/JFK.

Eligibility: Only Active Duty military members are eligible for this offer. Retirees, Guard, Reservists and military families are not eligible (unless Guard or Reservists are currently on AD status).

Requirements: You must show proof of Active Duty military status, so bring a copy of your valid DoD CAC card and official leave paperwork to check in (to prove you are eligible to leave the area).

Fine Print: Flights booked with this deal are not eligible for online flight check-in or at an airport kiosk and all taxes and fees are still applicable.

How to Book the $1 tickets: To book the $1 tickets, call 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583) and select Option 4.

Expiration: You must book your tickets by May 7, 2009 for travel between May 8 and May 31 from Dulles or Richmond to any JetBlue destination in the continental United States served nonstop from those airports.

A big salute to Bargain Babe for the tip! $1 Jetblue flights for active military.

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Date published: May 6, 2009.

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