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How Did JetBlue Increase Traffic by 14%

In this tough economy JetBlue isn’t only surviving, it’s thriving.

Earlier in the week, JetBlue posted results that probably turned rivals green with envy.

JetBlue's revenue rose 19 percent to $1.2 billion. Traffic increased by 14 percent and, the company said, overall flights were fuller – a sign of strong demand.

How are they doing it?

Find out from JetBlue CEO Dave Barger. Watch the video now!






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