JetBlue Airways will defer delivery of 21 A320s to 2014-15 from 2009-11 to "help us further moderate our growth rate in 2009 and beyond, which will enhance liquidity and defer future debt obligations," CEO Dave Barger said. Last summer the carrier announced the delay of 16 E-190s to the same timeframe (ATWOnline, July 25, 2007) as it sought to put the brakes on its rapid expansion and get a handle on its operation (ATW, October 2007). Difficult conditions still persist, however, and Barger ...

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