JetBlue Airways executives say the airline’s revenue gains in the second quarter outperformed their expectations, making them optimistic about the remainder of this year after reporting a $30 million profit for the second quarter. The New York-based low-cost carrier, which released its earnings report July 22, also announced plans to sign its sixth interlining deal, this one with the Israeli carrier El Al. The carriers say they plan to sign a deal to begin interlining via New York’s John ...
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