JetBlue Airways announced plans to delay retiring its Embraer E190 fleet, part of an effort to accommodate resurgent demand and new growth opportunities driven by its alliance with American Airlines in the northeastern U.S.
American Airlines and JetBlue Airways announced a major expansion of service from hub airports in Boston and New York City, as the two carriers proceed with the next phase of their Northeast Alliance (NEA).
Spirit Airlines has filed a complaint with the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) which questions whether JetBlue Airways and American Airlines are coordinating flights and routes “outside of the scope” of their new Northeast alliance.
JetBlue is still evaluating its options for serving London despite a report from Airport Coordination Limited (ACL) confirming the airline has garnered a total of 270 slots at London Heathrow for the U.S. summer season.
A group of major U.S. carriers announced plans to implement voluntary contract tracing for international arrivals, part of a Biden administration effort to better track and contain the spread of COVID-19 through commercial air travel.
U.S. pilot unions are joining airlines and manufacturers in opposing a potential coronavirus test requirement for domestic U.S. airline passengers, though a mandate to move forward with the proposal does not seem imminent.
JetBlue Airways has filed a complaint with the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT), alleging its transatlantic expansion plans are being hindered because of difficulties obtaining slots at London airports.
In approving the new Northeast Alliance (NEA) between American Airlines and JetBlue Airways, the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) instructed both carriers to shed a series of slot pairs at crowded airports in New York City and Washington, D.C.
American Airlines and JetBlue Airways said they have reached an agreement with the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) that will allow them to move forward with their northeast U.S.-focused partnership.