JetBlue Airways, the airline with the largest presence in Puerto Rico, expects the island’s recovery from Hurricane Maria to last through the end of 2018 and will adjust its operations until then, trimming capacity to/from the US territory by about 33%. The assessment came as New York-based JetBlue reported a third-quarter year-over-year (YOY) net profit decline of 10.2% after hurricanes Irma and Maria severely affected the carrier, which has large exposure in both Florida and the ...

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