JetBlue Airways will remove each of its 26 E-190s from service for up to three days through the end of April to fix a software glitch affecting a variety of systems onboard the aircraft. In order to avoid delaying or canceling flights, it will contract ExpressJet Airlines to operate four 50-seat E-145s on affected routes. A JetBlue spokesperson told ATWOnline that the airline will inform passengers and that no more than two daily lines of E-190 flying out of 120 will be affected. Daily ...

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