JetBlue Eyes Opportunities For Unserved Markets In Europe

Eric Friedman, JetBlue’s director of network planning, addresses delegates at World Routes in Milan.
Credit: Ocean Driven Media
MILAN—JetBlue believes that its incoming fleet of Airbus A321LR and XLR jets will make opportunities in unserved and underserved European markets available that “aren’t viable with widebody economics.” The New York-based carrier, which recently launched its first transatlantic services to London in...
Wesley Charnock

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