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JetBlue Eyes Opportunities For Unserved Markets In Europe

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The New York-based carrier tells World Routes delegates that it is actively exploring new opportunities in Europe.

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PRESS RELEASE: Aviation leaders unite in Milan to rebuild global air connectivity

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With millions of jobs and national economies dependent on a strong restart of the air transport sector, will bring together decision-makers from...

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Airline in Focus: JetBlue Airways

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Routes profiles the latest operations of New York-based JetBlue Airways, the World Routes 2021 attendee that has just launched its second...

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US Justice Department seeks to unwind American-JetBlue alliance

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The airlines have vowed to ‘vigorously rebut’ claims their partnership is a 'de facto merger,' saying their Northeast alliance boosts competition...

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Turkish Airlines, JetBlue to deepen codeshare ties

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The carriers plans to build on an agreement that has been in place since for the past seven years.

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US senator calls on DOT to revisit American-JetBlue alliance

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The partnership in Boston and New York has also been challenged by Spirit Airlines, among others.

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US airlines forecast autumn traffic slowdown, holiday rebound

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A number of US carriers are trimming capacity plans this fall.

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Over 185 airlines to rebuild global air connectivity at World Routes this October

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Leading carriers including Emirates, American Airlines, Air China, and many more have confirmed their attendance at the 26th World Route...

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Transatlantic analysis: the US-UK market

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As JetBlue today launches its first transatlantic route, Routes takes a look at the current state of play in the lucrative market between the US...

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Delta, LATAM: JV needed to counterbalance American 

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Without a partnership between Delta and LATAM, American will have an unfair advantage in Latin America, Delta and LATAM argue. 

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