JetBlue Airways, which had posted profits steadily since its 2000 launch even as most US carriers suffered huge losses, reported a first-quarter net loss of $32 million yesterday and said it will defer delivery of 12 aircraft as part of an effort to regain profitability. The LCC's second consecutive quarterly loss compares to a $6 million profit in the year-ago quarter. It had not suffered a quarterly loss until the final quarter of 2005, when it lost $42.4 million. Chairman and CEO David ...

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