JetBlue Airways says it spent $20 million in the first quarter to accelerate “engine performance restorations” on General Electric CF34-10s that power its Embraer 190s. CFO Mark Powers, during the company’s April 25 first quarter earnings call, said early restorations are being performed on its “higher flight hour” engines to improve their operational reliability and time on-wing, but was not more specific on the level of engine hours. The airline also did not offer much detail about ...
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