JetBlue Airways is slashing its Embraer 190 backlog, rescheduling Airbus narrowbody deliveries and converting some A320 orders to the larger A321 as it realigns growth plans through the next five years. The revisions drop up to 25 E-190s from the carrier’s current order backlog with Embraer. And while JetBlue’s management has still to decide how it will implement this strategy, it is adamant aircraft will not be parked to meet a new 75-aircraft E-Jet fleet optimization goal. New ...
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