Well that didn't take long. For the second year in a row, low-cost carrier JetBlue's "All-You-Can-Jet Pass", which allows customers unlimited travel for a month, sold out quickly.
JetBlue said Thursday the passes sold out a day earlier than expected. Adventurous travelers with a lot of vacation days or spare time were offered an unlimited pass for $699 or a $499 pass that excluded Friday and Sunday travel.
JetBlue offers the pass according to an Associated Press report "to fill empty seats during what is traditionally the slowest time of the year." Makes sense and obviously works for Steven Slater's former place of employment.
The pass is valid for flights between September 7th and October 6th, 2010. With 61 cities and 650 daily flights, the people that were lucky enough to land the pass will have plenty of options for travel next month.