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10:45am | JetBlue is offering an all-you-can-fly pass for unlimited flights from either Long Beach or Boston between Aug. 22 and Nov. 22 in an attempt to attract customers who fly often.

According to a report from Bloomberg, the airline’s Blue Pass is only good for trips from Long Beach or Boston to certain destinations. The Blue Pass comes with three service options that are priced from $1,299 to $1,999.

The Long Beach Select Pass costs $1,299 and allows pass holders to travel from Long Beach Airport to nine different locations, including Austin, Chicago/O’Hare, Las Vegas, Oakland, Portland, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Francisco and Seattle. All flights are nonstop.

There are reportedly no blackout dates during the three-month period, and pass-holders will be able to book flights up to 90 minutes before take-off.

The time frame for the passes begins just as the busy summer vacation season tapers off, when airlines typically experience a drop in sales.

JetBlue in 2009 offered a similar, month-long unlimited flights pass from early September to early October at a cost of $599 that was good for flights across its entire network.

Dennis Corrigan, vice president of sales at JetBlue, said in a statement that the new pass targets “the high-frequency travel needs of a variety of customers.