New York-based JetBlue revised its preliminary third-quarter guidance Oct. 11 to reflect an estimated $44 million negative impact on 3Q 2017 revenue by hurricanes Irma and Maria. Based on booking trends, the LCC anticipates a further $70 million to $90 million in revenue losses during the fourth quarter, bringing the airline’s projected total in revenue lost from the storms to as much as $134 million. “The third quarter presented unprecedented weather challenges for JetBlue, ...

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