JetBlue has dodged the pitfalls that snag most new entrants in their first 10 years of operation.
Hitting the reset button” is how JetBlue President and CEODave Barger refers to airlines that have gotten a new lease on life via the bankruptcy process or through a merger or acquisition. It is definitely not an appropriate characterization of JetBlue’s trailblazing flightpath over the past 10 years. The New York-based carrier, which celebrated its first decade of scheduled service last February, has stayed aloft during the most tumultuous period in the history of ...
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