JetBlue A320. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. JetBlue Airways reported 2010 net income of $97 million, up 59% over a $61 million profit in 2009, and signaled it will continue to expand its reach through interline accords. Noting that interlining with American Airlines at New York JFK and Boston (ATW Daily News, April 1, 2010) has boosted the LCC's business traffic, Executive VP and CCO Robin Hayes told analysts and reporters, "I wouldn't be surprised if we closed out 2011 with ...

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