Thursday saw two more FY22 earnings releases from US airlines: JetBlue and Alaska Airlines. JetBlue reported a full-year net loss of $-362 million, while Alaska’s profit was a small $58 million. What’s behind these numbers? JetBlue and Alaska Airlines positive about...
Delta Air Lines announced that it will be the first major US airline to offer free Wi-Fi to passengers onboard their aircraft from February 1. Free Wi-Fi is already available with JetBlue and was for a limited period also with American, but now Delta is the first of...
It has been several years since the airline made its selection. The selection leaked the day before the summer air show at 2018 Farnborough and shocked Embraer. Senior Embraer officials believed they had a deal. Airbus pulled its then-new card and trumped Embraer’s...
JetBlue inaugurated its international service to London using the A321LR and has plans for additional routes with new aircraft still on order. The reason is quite simple – the A321neo family offers excellent economics for the North Atlantic. Here is how the...
JetBlue has selected Paris as its second European city for transatlantic services. It will launch services from New York JFK next summer, to be followed later by Boston Logan to Paris CdG, the airline announced on November 16. JetBlue to add Paris to its transatlantic...
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