It is no secret that New York-based low-cost carrier (LCC) JetBlue Airways is considering transatlantic flights, but the mix of premium and economy seats the LCC could offer on those flights remains a subject of internal debate. JetBlue could convert some of its Airbus A321neo orders to A321LRs when that type becomes available in 2019, CEO Robin Hayes said at the IATA AGM in Cancun. With the A321LRs, the carrier could cross the North Atlantic from New York and Boston. The market ...

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