JetBlue Airways

NASDAQ: JBLU
$14.96
-$0.32 (-2.1%)
Closing price October 18, 2021
If the other large U.S. carriers cut their workforces in line with American Airlines, the nationwide number easily could top 100,000.
Low-cost carrier JetBlue posted a worse-than-expected second-quarter loss along with lower revenues. The company is seeing some improvement in bookings, but recovery remains some way off.
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American Airlines, JetBlue and Southwest Airlines reported quarterly results before the markets opened on Thursday.
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