New York-based JetBlue Airways reported $88 million in net income for the 2018 first quarter, reflecting a 6.1% year-over-year (YOY) rise in RASM despite a 1% drop in capacity because of a sequence of winter storms striking the U.S. northeast during the quarter. The result reflected a 7% increase over JetBlue’s $82 million net profit in the 2017 first quarter. JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes said first-quarter RASM performance was driven by a combination of revenue management ...

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