US airline offers free flight tickets to families of the victims of Orlando shooting

According to reports by Fox13, the night of the attack was "Latin Night" at Pulse, and many of the victims have family in Puerto Rico, which is a popular JetBlue destination.

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United States airline, JetBlue has offered families of the victims of the Orlando shooting free tickets and waivers in a show of solidarity.

The airline announced that it was providing free seats on flights to and from Orlando for the family and domestic partners of victims of the vicious attack at Pulse club.

Fee waivers are also available to those who need to make last minute changes to flights to or from Orlando.

According to reports by Fox13, the night of the attack was "Latin Night" at Pulse, and many of the victims have family in Puerto Rico, which is a popular JetBlue destination.

In a post on it's blog, JetBlue wrote:

The airline also reportedly made a  $100,000 donation to the OneOrlando Fund, which seeks to "provide a way to help respond to the needs of our community, now and in the time to come, after the effects of the Pulse tragedy."

JetBlue, an American low-cost airline, is the only American airline to do this so far although Delta Airwill offer "situational flexibility" to people affected by the attack.

A 29-year-old gunman, Omar Mateen opened fire in gay night club, Pulse in Orlando, Florida in the early hours of Sunday 12th June killing 49 people and injuring many others.

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