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...
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...
JetBlue has launched a new program to reduce costs by $250 million in 2024 by introducing operational and planning efficiencies. The plan follows a review of its long-term cost structure, which has been tweaked before in recent years. High costs were JetBlue’s...
JetBlue is significantly reducing its planned capacity for this year in order to de-risk operations and offer reliable operations, taking out ten percent from its previous guidance. Instead of the projected eleven to fifteen percent capacity growth announced in...
They might be fierce competitors on transatlantic routes in a few year’s but for 2020 Norwegian and JetBlue intend to join forces by offering connected flights. Both airlines said on October 17 they had signed a Letter of Intent for an interline agreement, a press...
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