What To Expect From JetBlue’s Future Airbus A220 Fleet
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While JetBlue has renegotiated deliveries for its A320neos, it remains committed to taking all of its A220s according to schedule. With the 140 seats the airline has settled on for its newest addition, it could be a good solution for a contracted US market along with JetBlue's new nonstop transcontinental routes. Let's take a look at what we know of the fleet so far.
As Simple Flying reported a couple of months back, JetBlue is still on route to receive the first of its A220 in December this year. The idea has been to base the aircraft out of the airline's hub at Boston Logan Airport.
Under present circumstances, it could potentially be an ideal substitute for the larger capacity A320 on the Boston – New York route, but no schedule has yet been announced...
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