New York-based JetBlue Airways reported second-quarter net income of $211 million, up 16.7% over a net profit of $181 million in the 2016 June quarter and a solid turnaround from a 58.8% year-over-year (YOY) net income decline in the 2017 first quarter. JetBlue executives credited higher-than-anticipated YOY second-quarter unit revenue growth and progress made in cost cutting. President and CEO Robin Hayes told analysts that JetBlue has achieved $45 million in annual cost savings so far; ...

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