JetBlue Weighs Whether Transatlantic Flying Would Be A Profit-Driver

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New York-based JetBlue Airways’ decision to convert some of its Airbus A321neo orders to the longer-range (LR) version and launch transatlantic service to Europe hinges on the potential to replicate returns the carrier sees on its dual-class Mint transcontinental flying, executives said.“When we...

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