MRO: JetBlue takes back control of its maintenance costs

Emilie Drab

2018/10/18 | 680 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
MRO: JetBlue takes back control of its maintenance costs © JetBlue

The vital restructuring of JetBlue is well underway. After stunning growth despite its position centred on a pretty difficult market (the east coast of the United States), the young American airline is facing more and more competition from traditional airlines which are managing to propose more low-cost products than it can. The airline has therefore been forced to launch a vast restructuring and above all cost control plan, including the major contracts it signed with Airbus for 85 A321neos ...(…)

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