JetBlue Airways reduced by 32 the number of firm Embraer 190 aircraft it will take from 2007 through 2010 in order to "manage capacity growth while retaining maximum flexibility," it said yesterday. It also said it anticipates 14%-17% ASM growth in 2007 rather than its originally forecast 18%-20%. Under a revised schedule announced Monday, the LCC will take 10 E-190s per year over the next four years instead of 18 per year. However, it added options for 23 during the period, up from zero. ...

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