JetBlue Airways earned a full-year 2015 net profit of $677 million, up 68.8% over net income of $401 million in 2014. President and CEO Robin Hayes pointed out to analysts and reporters that the New York-based airline’s 2015 operating margin improved 10.1 points year-over-year to 19%. He credited “solid underlying demand in our network,” the “successful execution of fare options”—JetBlue's tiered-fare program—and lower fuel costs, which were down ...

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