JetBlue has a New York problem. The city that made the airline could hold it back this summer if the Federal Aviation Administration’s air traffic control staffing issues are as bad as forecast. Edward Russell and Jay Shabat discuss. Plus, WestJet pursues a new, least bad strategy.
- Q&A With WestJet CEO Alexis von Hoensbroech
- JetBlue Sounds Alarm on New York Flight Delays This Summer
- Delta, United, JetBlue, American to Cut New York Flights This Summer to Reduce Delays
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