A first quarter that JetBlue Airways would like to forget ended with a $22 million loss, a narrowing of the $32 million deficit posted in the first quarter of 2006 but a result that Chairman and CEO David Neeleman described as disappointing despite the major operational disruptions--and bad publicity--that accompanied the two ice storms in the northeast US. "We learned a great deal following the events and consequently, we're better able to recover from irregular operations and provide the ...

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