JetBlue Airways’ conversion of A320neos to A321neos gives the carrier increased flexibility as it continues to weigh the possibility of adding European destinations to its network, with the primary factor being the added costs compared to expanding stateside using its largest-capacity aircraft. “Some of the European destinations are the biggest cities that we don’t serve from Boston and New York,” said Marty St. George, the New York-based carrier’s ...

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