Low-cost carrier JetBlue Airways faces about $600 million in engine overhaul costs within the next three years for its Airbus and Embraer fleet, an Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN) analysis shows. As AWIN previously reported from data obtained from the MRO Prospector tool, JetBlue is estimated to need 216 overhauls at a cost of $447 million in that three-year period for the International Aero Engines V2500 medium turbofans that power its Airbus A320 aircraft. A new analysis ...
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