JetBlue Airways continues to make market-driven changes to its network and capacity plans but is not wavering from its long-term strategy of fortifying its main bases, executives said. The New York-based carrier on March 5 revised first-quarter RASM guidance downward, citing several areas of weakness. The new guidance has year-over-year (YOY) RASM declining by 1.5%-3.5%. Previous guidance, issued in January, saw a 2% decline to a 1% bump. “We had seen some off-peak pressure from ...

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