BOSTON—JetBlue has made some adjustments after the revenue difficulties it faced in January, and is focused on implementing cost programs and improving its on-time performance this year. The airline fielded questions from analysts about its unit revenue performance on its latest earnings call, in which it indicated expectations that January revenue per available seat-mile (RASM) would decline 8–9% (Aviation Daily, Jan. 26). The decline ended up being about 8.5% ...

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