JetBlue plans to inject more competition into the Boston-New York airline "shuttle" market.
Capacity increases and lower costs fueled a more than 70% jump in the airline's profits.
A month ago, JetBlue wanted to buy Virgin America. Now, it just wants Virgin America's customers.
The discount carrier will have to slow its growth next year.
The company is producing stellar profitability despite facing significant unit revenue pressure in some of its markets.
A look at the airline industry, why the market still doesn’t trust it -- and why, for once, perhaps it should.
Two U.S. airlines are delivering solid unit revenue results -- unlike most of their peers.
U.S. airlines' efforts to halt the expansion of European budget carrier Norwegian appear to have failed.
The airline tumbled after reporting earnings despite a solid report.
Unit revenue is still declining at a rapid pace at United Airlines.