The decision of JetBlue Airways to convert some of its Airbus A321neo orders to the longer-range (LR) version and launch transatlantic service to Europe hinges on the potential to replicate returns the carrier sees on its dual-class Mint transcontinental flying, executives said. “When we look at the opportunity for potential flying to Europe, it’s really looking at how high the premium fares are and can we have the same impact on the market that Mint has had on the ...

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