New York-based JetBlue Airways posted a 2019 Q1 net income of $42 million, down 54% from the $90 million posted a year ago, but operating revenue was up 6.7% to $1.9 billion. The company, posting its first-quarter results April 23, said it was confident of seeing a unit-revenue "acceleration" into the fall. JetBlue's Q1 RASM declined 3.1%, or near the bottom end of its most recent guidance. The company started the year with a projection of down 2% to up 1%. But a combination ...

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