Can JetBlue Cut Costs and Maintain Margins While Fuel Prices Keep Rising?

Kevin Boydston

JetBlue’s Embraer E190s, including the one pictured above, will be gone from the fleet by 2025. JetBlue is taking an impairment charge of more than $300 million as a result. Kevin Boydston

Skift Take: JetBlue is doing its best to ensure its cost-cutting approach won’t affect passengers. But on the periphery, the airline’s customers might notice some differences as JetBlue tries to remove $300 million in non-fuel cost by 2020.

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