NEW YORK—The CEO of U.S. independent carrier JetBlue Airways has called for greater scrutinization of large airline joint ventures (JVs), warning they can harm competition and innovation. Robin Hayes, who runs the New York-based carrier, said in a Nov. 15 speech at the Wings Club in New York that in large U.S. hubs dominated by one of the major U.S. carriers, airlines like JetBlue struggle for access to slots and gates. And as JetBlue continues to eye expansion into the transatlantic ...

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