Fiscal 2023 DIF Account

JetBlue News Flash

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The air carrier also expects further cuts in capacity as labor shortages and other operational hang-ups cloud the company’s ability to capitalize on improving travel demand.

“To help restore our operational reliability, we are reducing our capacity growth further as we plan more conservatively for the summer and make investments to de-risk the operation,” CEO Robin Hayes explained. “These actions will create more resiliency in the operation, and set us up for a better May, and an even better June and strong summer peak.”

The airline has been at the forefront of schedule trimming, canceling nearly 10% of flights and delaying nearly 30% more thus far in 2022.