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Americas GSA forges strategic partnership with JetBlue Cargo

Americas GSA, a subsidiary of ECS Group, has announced a strategic partnership with JetBlue Cargo. This collaboration marks a significant milestone, enhancing its services on domestic routes out of Florida. The contract commenced in February 2023 for Florida State and on June 1, 2024, for Puerto Rico. Under this new agreement, Americas GSA will leverage […]

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On May 16, President Joe Biden signed sweeping aviation legislation that will boost U.S. air traffic controller staffing, increase funding to avert runway close-call incidents © Shutterstock

Biden signs landmark aviation law to enhance safety, boost staffing and protect consumers

On Thursday, May 16, President Joe Biden signed sweeping aviation legislation that will boost U.S. air traffic controller staffing, increase funding to avert runway close-call incidents, and speed up refunds for cancelled flights, according to Reuters. The US$105 billion, five-year measure re-authorises the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). It prohibits airlines from charging fees for families

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JetBlue reveals US$716 million first-quarter loss amid revenue dip

JetBlue, ‘New York’s Hometown Airline®’, has unveiled its financial performance for the first quarter ending March 31, 2024. The airline disclosed a net loss of US$716 million, representing a year-on-year revenue decline of 5.1% to US$2.2 billion. As of the end of the first quarter, JetBlue held US$1.7 billion in unrestricted cash, cash equivalents, short-term

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JetBlue shares soar as Carl Icahn makes strategic 10% investment

In a significant development, activist investor Carl Icahn has acquired an almost 10% stake in JetBlue, propelling the airline’s shares up by more than 18% in Tuesday afternoon trading. Icahn, who made the purchases in January and February, expressed his belief in a regulatory filing that JetBlue’s stock is undervalued and presents an appealing investment

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Martin St George

JetBlue appoints Martin St. George as next President

JetBlue has announced the appointment of Martin St. George to be the company’s next President, effective February 26, 2024. He will report to Joanna Geraghty, JetBlue’s current President and incoming Chief Executive Officer. Since 2020, St. George has served as Chief Commercial Officer at LATAM Airlines Group, Latin America’s largest airline holding company, in Santiago,

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Spirit Airlines

Federal judge hinders JetBlue’s acquisition of Spirit Airlines

In a significant legal development, federal judge, William G. Young of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, issued a ruling on January 16, that effectively halted JetBlue Airways‘ proposed US$3.8 billion (£3 billion) acquisition of Spirit Airlines. The decision represents a victory for the Department of Justice, which had argued that the

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Joanna Geraghty will succeed Robin Hayes as CEO of JetBlue

JetBlue President and COO Joanna Geraghty to succeed Robin Hayes

JetBlue Airways (JetBlue) has released that Joanna Geraghty, who currently holds the position of President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) at the company, will assume the role of Chief Executive Officer, effective from February 12, 2024, succeeding Robin Hayes. Hayes will continue to serve on the company’s Board of Directors until that date, after which

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U.S. Department of Justice advocates blocking JetBlue’s US$3.8 billion Spirit Airlines aquisition

In a closely-watched antitrust trial, a U.S. Department of Justice attorney made a compelling case before a federal judge on Tuesday, October 31, urging them to halt JetBlue Airways‘ proposed US$3.8 billion purchase of the ultra-low-cost carrier, Spirit Airlines. According to Reuters news agency, the trial, unfolding in federal court in Boston, is part of

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