Issue Overview

JetBlue Is Crossing the Atlantic. What’s Next?

JetBlue Is Crossing the Atlantic. What’s Next?

April 15th, 2019 at 1:34 PM EDT
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Issue Overview

The first hint came as early as 2011. JetBlue had just placed an order for A320-NEOs. And responding to an analyst question about potentially flying to longer-haul international markets like Europe, the carrier’s then-chief commercial officer didn’t deny the possibility: “Certainly with the winglets and then later the NEO, then some of those markets that we can't serve today are absolutely destinations that we can consider.”

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