JetBlue Airways’ international network, which has blossomed in recent years as the low-cost carrier expanded into the Caribbean and Latin America, could eventually account for as much as 40% of the airline’s total capacity, Scott Laurence, VP-network planning and partnerships, tells Aviation Week. This would be a sizable increase on the 27% share international services currently provide. International services have been very successful for the New York-based carrier, which just ...

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