WASHINGTON—Revenue headwinds that left JetBlue Airways short of its original first-quarter (Q1) guidance are weakening, leaving the carrier confident in unit-revenue “acceleration” into the fall, EVP and CCO Marty St. George said Apr. 23. JetBlue’s Q1 RASM declined 3.1%, or near the bottom end of its most recent guidance. It started the year with a projection of down 2% to up 1%. But a combination of factors, including a drop in Haiti travel due to a U.S. travel ...

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