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JetBlue Plans To Fly More, Increase Revenues

JetBlue Airways said it expects to increase its capacity -- the number of seats for sale -- in the fourth quarter by 13% to 15%.

JetBlue said in a government filing that it expects to increase its capacity by 19% to 21% for full-year 2006, and by 11% to 14% for 2007.

The low-cost carrier also said it expects its passenger revenue per available seat mile to increase 22% to 24% in the fourth quarter and 12% to 14% in the full year of 2006.

The airline said its cost per available seat mile would likely increase by 4% to 6% in the fourth quarter and by 11% to 13% for 2006.

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