JetBlue Airways is “aggressively scouring all other service providers on a part-by-part basis” to find flight hour maintenance agreements as favorable as the ones it had with Aveos Fleet Performance, which abruptly ceased its Canadian operations in March because of financial problems. JetBlue CFO Mark Powers, who discussed the issue during the airline's April 26 first-quarter results conference call, says that for interim relief the New York-based, low-cost carrier has been forced to use ...


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