JetBlue Airways

By Lori Ranson
This comes at a time when each carrier desperately needs to slash costs while pilot pay has soared to historical highs.
Airlines & Lessors

By Helen Massy-Beresford, Adrian Schofield, Christine Boynton, Lori Ranson
Digital advances help airlines capitalize on seat choices, onboard sales and beyond.
Airlines & Lessors

By Daniel Williams
This week’s Flight Friday looks at a selection of North American operators, as the upcoming MRO Americas event is rapidly approaching.
Airlines & Lessors

By Christine Boynton
With two merger attempts in the rearview mirror, the carrier is focused on moving forward, challenging its past with its vision for the future.
Airlines & Lessors

By David Casey
The latest airline route news, featuring network changes, schedule alterations, codeshares and interline agreements.
Airports & Networks

By Christine Boynton
Network adjustments are ahead for JetBlue Airways, as it moves beyond a terminated Spirit Airlines merger and its shuttered alliance with American Airlines.
Airlines & Lessors

By Aaron Karp
Short-sighted merger rejections have real-world consequences.
Airlines & Lessors

By Graham Warwick
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Christine Boynton, Lori Ranson
With their merger agreement ended, JetBlue and Spirit will pursue growth and profits as independent airlines.
Airlines & Lessors

By Aaron Karp, Christine Boynton, Lori Ranson
Listen in as Aviation Week Network editors discuss the news of JetBlue and Spirit's dissolved merger and what it means moving forward.
Window Seat Podcast

By Christine Boynton
The decision came down to a dwindling time frame for a self-imposed summer deadline contained within the deal’s terms.
Airlines & Lessors

By Christine Boynton
The airlines say a U.S. District Court ruling blocking their proposed merger ignores the vast majority in favor of a few.
Airlines & Lessors

By Antoine Fafard
While the U.S. Big 4 carriers have all been showing signs of recovery, the picture hasn’t been quite the same for U.S. LCCs.
AWIN Knowledge Center

By Christine Boynton, Jens Flottau
Former TWA Chairman Carl Icahn has become the airline’s third-largest shareholder. What is next?
Airlines & Lessors

By Christine Boynton, Jens Flottau
Monday turned out to be quite an unusual day for JetBlue Airways.
Airlines & Lessors

By Graham Warwick
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.
Missile Defense & Weapons

By Christine Boynton
CEO Ted Christie stated that the U.S. government “continues to do nothing to address the anticompetitive structure of our industry.”
Airlines & Lessors

By Alex Derber
The airline foresees a "healthy" pipeline of mechanics.
Workforce & Training

By Christine Boynton
Former JetBlue Airways executive Marty St. George is returning to serve as the airline’s president.
Airlines & Lessors

By Christine Boynton, Lori Ranson
As many challenges begin the year, carriers anticipate high labor and maintenance costs, delivery delays and air traffic control shortages in the rest of 2024.
Airlines & Lessors

By Christine Boynton
JetBlue Airways has obtained the slots necessary to continue operating Amsterdam Schiphol service during the IATA summer 2024 season.
Airlines & Lessors

By Christine Boynton
An event-saturated January followed a year not short on its own challenges, and during recent earnings calls airlines projected which issues might spill over.
Airlines & Lessors

By Christine Boynton
The defendants are required to file their brief by Feb. 26, while the plaintiffs have until April 11 to file their response.
Airlines & Lessors

By Christine Boynton
Plans include $2.5 billion in aircraft deferments, new revenue initiatives, network refinements, and cuts across its cost base including real estate and staff.
Airlines & Lessors

By Aaron Karp
A weak or failed Spirit is just as much a threat to price-conscious consumers’ ability to fly and enjoy low fares as a merger with JetBlue Airways would be.
Airlines & Lessors