New York-based JetBlue Airways put its first Airbus A320 to feature a major cabin interior overhaul into service last week at Boston Logan international Airport, where the aircraft—tail N646JB—made its maiden scheduled flight to Bermuda’s LF Wade International Airport May 2.  The aircraft is the first of JetBlue’s 130 A320s to debut the new cabin interior design. JetBlue, in partnership with Airbus, will restyle approximately 12 of its A320 “classic” ...

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