JetBlue Airways CEO David Barger said the airline is eager for more progress on a winglet for the A320 that it can retrofit to its existing fleet. Air New Zealand became the launch customer for the sharklet-equipped A320 on new-build aircraft at last year's Dubai Air Show. "I'm just looking for a winglet or sharklet so we can go nonstop Boston-Oakland 100% of the time," Barger said at last week's Phoenix International Aviation Symposium, adding that the capability ...

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