JetBlue Airways has reached an agreement in principle to sell 11 of the 12 Embraer 190 aircraft it was scheduled to receive in 2013 and 2014 to a “third party” that the carrier would not identify. JetBlue executives disclosed the agreement in a conference call July 26 on its second quarter earnings, which it revealed is a $25 million profit. The New York-based low-cost carrier did not provide any other details about the deal. Going forward, JetBlue expects to use lease returns rather ...

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