JetBlue Airways posted a third-quarter profit of $15 million, reversed from an $8 million loss in the year-ago period, marking the carrier's third profitable reporting period of the year. "The actions we took last year, including restructuring our fuel hedge portfolio, reallocating capacity and selling and deferring aircraft, have led to significantly improved results," CEO Dave Barger said. JetBlue had just 8% of its fuel hedged during the third quarter, leading to a $23 million noncash ...

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