The 30 Airbus A321s that JetBlue Airways begins receiving late next year will be used primarily to take advantage of seasonal traffic peaks on routes where it operates lower-capacity A320s, such as winter flying to Florida and the Caribbean, the airline’s director of network planning tells Aviation Week. The aircraft also could be used to boost summer capacity on transcontinental routes, John Checketts notes, and in markets where JetBlue currently offers three to seven flights a day with ...
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