JetBlue Airways CEO Dave Barger says he cannot rule out the possibility that the New York-based low-cost carrier will acquire widebody aircraft in the future. “We have not studied widebodies, but we won’t say never,” Barger said at the Boyd Group International Aviation Forecast Summit in Dallas. “We are the largest domestic carrier at JFK [New York John F. Kennedy International Airport] and can’t rule out widebodies.” JetBlue currently operates a fleet of 123 Airbus A320 and 52 ...


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