JetBlue Could Consider Second Cabin For Transcontinental Routes

JetBlue Airways is leaving itself open to two possibilities it has formerly dismissed: two-class service—albeit only on a certain type of route—and two-way code-sharing. The New York-based low-cost carrier still does not like the idea of providing two-class service. “As we look at most of our...

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