JetBlue vows “tremendousness” on low cost transatlantic market

Daily Newsletter | April 12, 2019
A month after Wow Air announced bankruptcy, another low-cost player is stepping into the transatlantic flight market. The U.S. LCC JetBlue is planning to launch its first flights to Europe, vowing to bring “tremendous effect” on ticket prices and traffic along the way.
Japanese authorities have issued type certification for the Airbus A350 XWB, opening doors for Japan Airlines (JAL) to receive first deliveries of the airliner later in 2019.
After the European Union have agreed to delay Brexit date to Halloween, UK-based airlines saw their shares jump up.
The Norwegian group OSM Aviation announced on April 11, 2019, an order of 60 eFlyer 2 electric aircraft, manufactured by Bye Aerospace.
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