JetBlue, Spirit Secure DOT Approval For Service Cuts To 16 Large Hubs

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Credit: Rob Finlayson
WASHINGTON—JetBlue Airways and Spirit Airlines received a greenlight from the U.S Transportation Department (DOT) to temporarily cut service to 16 large hubs across the country. The decisions mark a reversal from a previous round of orders denying requests from both to suspend service to many of the...

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