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While most airlines allow you to book travel 330 days in advance, some of the US lower carrier airlines have a very different booking schedule. Every so often JetBlue extends their reservations system a few months out at a time. You can now book JetBlue flights through October 24, 2015. This means you can make plans into the Fall including Columbus Day weekend, if desired.
With JetBlue if you book now and the flight price goes down within 14 days you are able to get a voucher for the difference paid (valid for one year from purchased date). If you use points, you can get the differences credited right back to your account. And if you have mosaic status you can cancel your flight for no fee and rebook with the less expensive flight.