JetBlue Airways is targeting high-density markets as part of an effort to control costs, and has initiated a significant fleet revamp and a major retrofit program to reach its goal. The fleet plan, which upgauges and expands the airlineâ€™s Airbus narrowbody order book and defers 24 Embraer 190s, dominated the conversation during JetBlueâ€™s Oct. 29 third-quarter earnings call, both in its scope and its financial implications. The deferral of E-Jet slots from 2015-18 to 2020-22, for ...
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