JetBlue Airways CEO Dave Barger confirmed that the LCC hopes to unveil its "enhanced cabin" next month. The product, designed to appeal to business travelers and passengers willing to pay higher fares, will feature seats with extra legroom in the front of its A320s, he told Bloomberg News. The carrier introduced a refundable fare option last month. Barger also told Bloomberg that JetBlue expects to increase unit revenue 11% in 2008, assuming it pays less than $2.50-$2.55 per gal. for fuel ...

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