JetBlue Airways has changed 11 Airbus A321neo deliveries in 2018 to 11 A321ceo deliveries, and is deferring the delivery of another 13 Airbus aircraft. Additionally, the New York-based carrier is taking a “hard look” at its fleet of 60 Embraer E190s and 24 E190s scheduled for delivery from 2020-2022, and is considering removing the aircraft type from its fleet. The announcements were characterized by the airline as the initial results of a broad fleet review being conducted by ...

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