JetBlue Airways saw lower-than-expected summer yields in Latin America and the Caribbean, a problem executives blamed on increased competition and more capacity in the markets, executives said Thursday in its third-quarter earnings conference call. The New York-based carrier said it grew Latin American and Caribbean capacity by about 17% year-over-year in the third quarter, considerably more than its competitors, which added about 7% in capacity. But JetBlue still plans to grow to 100 daily ...

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