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JetBlue Airways

First Success for A220-300

JetBlue Airways has become the first customer for the rebranded Airbus A220 aircraft. The New York-based carrier has signed a memorandum of understanding for up to 120 A220s to replace its Embraer 190 fleet.  The deal covers firm orders for

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JetBlue to Launch A320 Family Airspace Cabin

New York-based JetBlue Airways will become the first airline to introduce ‘Airspace by Airbus’ on its A320 Family aircraft starting in late 2020. The European manufacturer says Airspace offers the kind of features previously reserved for a few long-haul cabins.

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JetSuite Secures JetBlue Investment

JetBlue Airways has made a minority equity investment in JetSuite, helping the private jet operator to accelerate the growth of its JetSuiteX service. JetSuiteX serves Burbank, Las Vegas, San Jose, Carlsbad, Concord, Mammoth and Bozeman with its fleet of 30-seat

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Cuba Here We Come!

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has revealed the six domestic airlines that will launch scheduled flights to Cuba starting this autumn.  The announcement, made on June 10, disclosed that American Airlines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Silver Airways, Southwest Airlines

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JetBlue and Icelandair Strengthen Ties

New York-based JetBlue Airways has extended its partnership with Icelandair that will see the US low-cost carrier’s ‘B2’ code being added to all flights operated by the Icelandic airline to five JetBlue hubs. 

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Work Starts in Puerto Rico

Lufthansa Technik has completed the first aircraft C-Check at its new facility in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. 

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Airbus parts US Bound

THE FIRST aircraft components destined for Airbus’ new final assembly line (FAL) in Mobile, Alabama have started their long seaborne journey across the Atlantic.

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