JetBlue Airways aircrafts are pictured at departure gates at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.
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JetBlue Airways is getting rid of ticket-change fees for most of its tickets, but travelers who are buying its cheapest fares should pack light.
The New York-based airline on Tuesday said starting July 20 it will guarantee overhead bin space for its standard coach fares up to its Mint business class. But travelers who booked Blue Basic, the airline’s cheapest option, won’t be allowed to use overhead bin space, a policy United Airlines put in place when it started selling no-frills basic economy tickets in 2017.
If JetBlue can’t make good on its promise it…