JetBlue announced the plan to start charging for all checked luggage in November of last year, but didn't say specifically when the charges would go into effect or outline the specifics.
Passengers who indicate they have a more than carry-on luggage when checking in online or at a kiosk will pay $20, while those utilizing the convenience of the check-in counter will pay $25, according to the airline.
Customers who choose a higher fare class that amounts to about $15 each way and comes with other perks will still get one free checked bag. A second checked bag still costs $35.
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