JetBlue Airways unveiled plans to cancel growth plans and defer aircraft deliveries as it announced a second-quarter net loss of $7 million, reversed from a $21 million profit in the year-ago period. CEO Dave Barger said the LCC enjoyed "strong unit revenue growth" during the quarter and that summer bookings showed "continued strength," but that like its US counterparts it is facing an environment in which "revenue gains are clearly not keeping pace with the extraordinary increase in the ...

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