JetBlue Airways reported a $58 million profit in 2009, reversed from an $85 million net loss the prior year and its best performance since 2003, which CEO Dave Barger said was an indication of "solid financial health and continued stability" at the airline. He added that the profit "demonstrates the benefits of slower growth, which we started in 2006." JetBlue will defer 16 E-190s scheduled for delivery in 2012-16 to 2017-18 and take just four this year and five in 2011. It said it can ...

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