Jetblue adds charge and shrinks legroom
NEW YORK- Jetblue calls additional fees and shrinking legroom cost-saving measures that'll save the company $400-million a year. By cutting legroom by one-point-six inches, Jetblue can add 15-seats to many of its jets. Despite that, Jetblue still offers more legroom than most airlines. Its also changing its price structure, with its lowest priced ticket not including a checked bag. The airline currently allows passengers one checked bag for free. Higher tier tickets will offer one or two checked bags without a fee.