Analysts expect JetBlue to post a 2 cent per share profit

04/19/2011 | Bloomberg Businessweek · USA Today

JetBlue has rapidly expanded service in Boston and the Caribbean, while keeping a lid on expansion plans elsewhere. JetBlue's expenses rose, primarily due to the increase in fuel prices, but analysts predict the airline will post a 2 cent per share profit for the first quarter. JetBlue has also enabled travelers to use its website to book certain flights on the carrier's partner airlines, including Aer Lingus and American.

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