In results accounting for the impact of US tax reforms, a fleet transition and a labor agreement, JetBlue Airways reported an adjusted 2018 net income of $487 million, down compared to $574 million in 2017. The adjusted figures exclude the gain of $502 million in 2017 as a result of the tax reforms, as well as one-time costs in 2018 related to an Embraer E190 fleet transition and a labor agreement with the airline’s pilots. JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes said, “During 2018, we ...

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