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JetBlue’s Founder Breezes Into the Skies Again

Madhu Unnikrishnan
May 21st, 2021 at 8:02 AM EDT
Breeze Airways founder David Neeleman

Photo credit: Breeze Airways founder David Neeleman in front of one of the airlines' Embraer jets.  Cean One Studio / Cean Orrett

David Neeleman’s new airline breezes to a ticket counter near you soon, as the first flights launch next week. Edward “Ned” Russell discusses his interview with Neeleman (in the May 24 issue) with Madhu Unnikrishnan.  And why is Ryanair trying to make “fetch” happen?

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