Yes, the airline that brought us seat-back TV's and slip-sliding air stewards (hello Steven Slater) has revived one of its most popular promotions: the unlimited (and almost unlimited, see below) flight pass. If history is any guide, interested travelers should snap this offer up ASAP. Last time, it sold out two days before the sale was officially supposed to end. So head to the JetBlue site now; the sale officially ends Friday, but could disappear at any time.
The All You Can Jet Pass comes in two iterations this time. One is good for travel any day of the week and costs $699 (AYCJ-7); the other excludes travel on Fridays and Sundays (AYCJ-5), but is just $499. While domestic fees and taxes are included in the pass price (!), they are extra on international flights and those heading to Puerto Rico. Jetblue's site (see above for link) also lists a number of fees and regulations covering minors traveling, cancellations and changes, and initial bookings.
JetBlue flies to 67 gateways in the United States, plus about a dozen in the Caribbean, Bogota in Columbia and San Jose in Costa Rica.