In 2005 a disastrous fourth quarter dragged JetBlue Airways to its first full-year loss, while in 2006 a fourth-quarter turnaround saved the airline from what could have been another ugly 12-month result. JetBlue posted a $17 million profit in the final three months of 2006, a reversal from the $42 million hit that it took in the year-ago quarter, leaving it with a full-year deficit of just $1 million compared to 2005's $20.3 million loss. Chairman and CEO David Neeleman said he was ...

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