We pay $1,200 for a single round trip on JetBlue’s standard vacation packages.
That’s almost twice as much as the most expensive flights on American Airlines.
In fact, JetBlue has now sold 2.5 million vacation packages since 2007.
But it has also sold hundreds of millions of dollars worth of flights, hotels and other travel products, according to travel industry website FlightStats.com.
The airline has long been known for its low prices.
But now the airline is selling more and more of its planes to other airlines, including United Airlines, American Airlines, and Delta.
And it has more planes to sell.
“We have been very clear about the price point for the last three years, and it’s getting higher and higher every year,” JetBlue CEO Peter Schilling said in an interview.
The airlines have been able to get away with selling low prices because they are in a tight relationship with their customers.
JetBlue and its competitors compete on price.
The carriers sell their own jets and sometimes offer discounts to customers that fly with JetBlue.
But if the airlines want to get their customers to book more, they have to make more trips.
JetBlack, a JetBlue rival, said it expects to sell more flights in the next year and a half, with another 10 million flights planned over the next four years.
That could include a huge increase in flights from domestic carriers to international destinations.
It’s not just JetBlue that’s raising prices.
American Airlines has been hiking prices by as much 12 percent in the last year.
American Airlines has raised prices on flights since March 1.
The company is raising the price of a one-way ticket on flights to Miami from $195 to $225.
Delta Air Lines has raised the price on a one way ticket on its flights to New York City from $225 to $270.
On Monday, the airline said it will raise fares on flights from Dallas to Los Angeles by up to 10 percent.
That is $3 more than what Delta Airlines already charges for a one person roundtrip ticket.
Airbnb, too, is raising prices, and some of the most popular places to stay will be increasing prices on their Airbnb rentals.
Airbnb is raising its rates for hotel rooms and vacation rentals from $2,750 to $4,500.
Airbnb has been selling rental properties in California, Hawaii, and the San Francisco Bay Area.
Airlines are also increasing their costs for domestic flights.
American’s JetBlue plans to increase its domestic flights to Chicago from $3,250 to $5,400 a seat.
JetDarts has also increased its flights from Chicago to New Orleans from $4 a person to $6.75 a person.
JetPass, a travel agency, has increased its prices on all of its flights in addition to the two-person roundtrip tickets.
The airline has also been raising its prices for flights to Mexico.
American plans to raise its domestic prices on Mexico flights from $5 to $7 a person for domestic travelers.
United Airlines has increased prices for its domestic tickets to Las Vegas from $7 to $10 a person a flight.
United is also raising prices for international travel from $17 to $20.
This story was updated at 10:42 a.m.
ET to clarify that JetBlue was not a direct competitor of American Airlines in 2007.