The business class with mini-suites that JetBlue Airways is planning for some of its transcontinental routes is not aimed specifically at corporate clients and will be priced at a point designed to stimulate new traffic, says Scott Laurence, the low-cost carrier’s vice president of network planning. “It’s not about going after corporate clients in New York and having $2,500 [one-way] fares,” Laurence said June 11 during a presentation with CFO Mark Powers at the Cowen and Company Global ...

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