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B6 At JFK: Future Mega-Hub?  
User currently offlineJFKLGANYC From United States of America, joined Jan 2004, 3627 posts, RR: 6
Posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 7023 times:

Hey all,

With the new terminal being built with 26 gates and a possible expansion to 36 gates, is it safe to say that JetBlue may one day have a mega-hub at JFK?

While I highly doubt they will ever fly internationally outside of North America, I do envision them serving virtually every city on the East Coast from JFK+transcons+Florida+a moderate to large Carribean/Mexico/Canada presence and a lot of flights to the midwest. If those plans do come to fruition, will JFK be a 500+ flight city for B6 one day?

Your thought are appreciated!

PJ

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User currently offlineAA7573E From United States of America, joined Nov 2003, 475 posts, RR: 2
Reply 1, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 6982 times:

Why do you highly doubt they will ever fly internationally outside of North America, seeing as how they already do. Further expansion into yielding Latin American, Mexican, South American and European markets is all but inevitable. They are simply following the money. To assume they would not, would be foolish.


See you up front!
User currently offlineJFKLGANYC From United States of America, joined Jan 2004, 3627 posts, RR: 6
Reply 2, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 6945 times:

Well, I hope they do, but it's not part of their corporate plan. Maybe that's why I said that.

But again . . . I'd like to focus the topic on the JFK hub.

Thanx, PJ


User currently offlineJetBlueAtJFK From United States of America, joined Jan 2005, 1687 posts, RR: 3
Reply 3, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 6939 times:

I think it will eventually. By like 2010 they will have 400 something planes and a bigger terminal. They will be able to add a lot of flights and cities. I think over time they will have a mega hub at JFK.

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User currently offlineAA7573E From United States of America, joined Nov 2003, 475 posts, RR: 2
Reply 4, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 6919 times:

Baring any major hickups, they should have a major hub, and it will likely feed international travel to points East and South.


See you up front!
User currently offlineCory6188 From United States of America, joined Feb 2004, 2692 posts, RR: 5
Reply 5, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 6895 times:

Quoting JFKLGANYC (Thread starter):
a mega-hub at JFK?

While I don't know if it will ever get to the level of what CO has at IAH, NW at DTW, or DL at ATL, B6 at JFK will surely be a substantial presence in the NYC market.


User currently offlineBigGSFO From United States of America, joined Jun 2005, 2951 posts, RR: 6
Reply 6, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 6890 times:

I am not sure what constitutes a mega-hub - there probably isn't a true definition. So if related to a hub we can all agree is a mega-hub, DL in ATL, then I can't see JFK ever reaching that massive size for B6. There simply isn't the domestic connection possiblities given the location of JFK. They will reach critical mass before their JFK operation could ever be referred to as a "mega-hub" using ATL as the benchmark.

Also how much more traffic during peak can JFK sustain? We have B6, DL and AA wrestling at JFK with their own terminals and aircraft in addition to metal from every corner of the world wanting a spot on the tarmac. At some point the airport logistics itself will prevent B6 from turning it into a mega-hub.

With all of this being said, yes B6 can and will turn JFK into an impressive hub operation, one that could possibly rival CO's EWR. Perhaps going transatlantic is in the near future, but that would facilitate a another aircraft type. But a "mega-hub"? Doubtful.


User currently offlineSTT757 From United States of America, joined Mar 2000, 16907 posts, RR: 51
Reply 7, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 6876 times:

Quoting JFKLGANYC (Thread starter):
will JFK be a 500+ flight city for B6 one day?

WN has the best turn arounds in the industry, they can get about 10 flights per day from each gate. With 26 gates B6 would probably be able to sufficiently run their JFK operation at between 200-250 flights per day.

That's about the same number of flights and the same number of gates WN runs at their PHX operation, and the weather in Phoenix is more conducive towards that type of quick turn around operation than JFK.

200-250 flights max.

I don't think in five years B6 will have 500 flights system wide, let alone at a single airport. I doubt JFK could even handle that kind of growth, even with it's current under capacity.



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User currently offlineRwSEA From Netherlands, joined Jan 2005, 3135 posts, RR: 2
Reply 8, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 6853 times:

I don't think we'll see B6 at JFK expand into something like AA at DFW, DL at ATL, or even CO at EWR. The biggest reason is that the airport is slot controlled, and already there are certain times of the day where extra flights aren't an option. You can't continue to grow into a mega hub with multiple banks under this kind of a scenario. If JFK were to somehow add additional runways, then this might be possible.

Also, don't discount the importance of DL and AA at JFK. Both have a significant number of domestic and interntional flights, and they won't just roll over for B6.


User currently offlineBobnwa From United States of America, joined Dec 2000, 6537 posts, RR: 9
Reply 9, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 6836 times:

JFK is not geographically placed to be a hub for any airline domestically. A hub has banks of flights arriving together and swapping passengers to many destinations. Other than a few points north of JFK what connecting markets would there be? Having a lot of flights does not make a hub!

User currently offlineKahala777 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 10, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 6788 times:

Quoting JFKLGANYC (Thread starter):
With the new terminal being built with 26 gates and a possible expansion to 36 gates, is it safe to say that JetBlue may one day have a mega-hub at JFK?

Although it will not have the power of AA at DFW, UA at ORD, or DL at ATL.. JetBlue will have a presence at JFK that will make Delta Airlines, and American Airlines presence in the market seem like childs play. American, United, and Delta have both been trying to hang on for dear life to what is left of once great JFK operations.

In the future it is very possible to see Jet Blue and Continental emerge as the major airlines for domestic service in the New York City market. Connections aside, Jet Blue already has a more than impressive operation!

KAHALA777


User currently offlineAwysBSB From Brazil, joined Sep 2005, 565 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 6769 times:

Fortunately, if B6 try to make a mega-hub in JFK, they will not be the first.
NCY is a place for market competition and, if B6 try to be very big there, this carrier might have problems.
The city`s air traffic does not depend on passengers that are making connections, but depends on passengers that are starting or ending their journeys there. Thus the best flight option between NYC and a specific city could not the be B6`s, and B6 can lose a lot with it.
Markets like the Minneapolis` or Salt Lake City`s are safe for the carriers that are big there, because the profile of these market are welcoming to mega-hubs.
It is curious, but NYC has never been welcoming for any oligopolist move!


User currently offlineJFKLGANYC From United States of America, joined Jan 2004, 3627 posts, RR: 6
Reply 12, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 6734 times:

I think it's been said before, but JFK is not slot-controlled. Between 5 and 9 pm there are slots in place that JetBlue has many exemptions for. At ALL other times there are no slots . . . and the airport has lots of excess capacity.

JFK is not yet in the situation of ORD or LGA . . . substantial growth is possible.

Also, I believe what is left of the slots will expire in 2007 . . . maybe someone could help me with that.

Another interesting question that came up here is DL and AA, so I'll ask this:
Will B6 at JFK chase other airlines with large domestic ops out? Kind of like CO did to UA/DL/AA at EWR. All three had a larger presence at EWR before CO grew their hub to its massive size.

PJ


User currently offlineKahala777 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 13, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 6723 times:

Quoting AwysBSB (Reply 11):
NCY is a place for market competition and, if B6 try to be very big there, this carrier might have problems.

N Y C

Why would B6-Jet Blue have problems in the New York market. Have you done a little bit of research to see the routes that American, Delta, United, and Continental have run from, due to the ever expanding Jet Blue network?

Quoting AwysBSB (Reply 11):
The city`s air traffic does not depend on passengers that are making connections, but depends on passengers that are starting or ending their journeys there.

B6-Jet Blue and their business model rely almost 100% on O/D in the markets that they serve. As a result Jet Blue does not need to feed 30 or 40 flights for every West Coast arriving flight. B6-Jet Blue can survive on the wealth of O/D in the New York, Boston, Washington, Long Beach, Oakland, and Ft. Lauderdale markets.

Quoting AwysBSB (Reply 11):
Thus the best flight option between NYC and a specific city could not the be B6`s, and B6 can lose a lot with it.

Why Not? B6-Jet Blue is not a "connecting" airline, it is a O/D based airline.

Quoting AwysBSB (Reply 11):
Markets like the Minneapolis` or Salt Lake City`s are safe for the carriers that are big there, because the profile of these market are welcoming to mega-hubs.

So you are saying that MSP, and SLC are "mega-hub's".... You may want to check your facts on that one again. Look at Continental Airlines and their Newark fortress, Delta Airlines and their Atlanta fortress.. New York city has so much demand that they have 4 airports serving it (EWR, HPN, JFK, LGA). 2 of the New York area airports demand some of the highest yields in the World, not to mention the most impressive international and domestic O/D on the North American continent!

Quoting AwysBSB (Reply 11):
It is curious, but NYC has never been welcoming for any oligopolist move!

coisa?

KAHALA777


User currently offlineFXramper From United States of America, joined Dec 2005, 7366 posts, RR: 85
Reply 14, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 6710 times:
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Quoting Kahala777 (Reply 10):
American Airlines presence in the market seem like childs play.

You talk as if AA ops at JFK is a ghost town...what happened to their new shiny terminal? I'm sure bringing the 752s with winglets is gonna blow up their trans-atlantic routes outta JFK...I'm hoping!  Smile

JFK-DUS ?
JFK-BCN ?
JFK-EDI ?
JFK-TXL ?
JFK-ORY ?

All my humble speculation!


User currently offlineN1120A From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 26815 posts, RR: 75
Reply 15, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 21 hours ago) and read 6684 times:

Quoting STT757 (Reply 7):
WN has the best turn arounds in the industry, they can get about 10 flights per day from each gate. With 26 gates B6 would probably be able to sufficiently run their JFK operation at between 200-250 flights per day.

As it is, B6 doesn't turn planes nearly as fast as WN does, so either they will have to speed that up or will be limited as to what they can do.

Quoting RwSEA (Reply 8):
The biggest reason is that the airport is slot controlled,

JFK isn't actually slot controlled. During the international heavy times of day (when B6 is not as busy), there are ATC issues with capacity, but the airport itself is not slot controlled.

Quoting Kahala777 (Reply 13):
Why Not? B6-Jet Blue is not a "connecting" airline, it is a O/D based airline.

Actually, B6 does a lot of north-south connecting traffic at JFK



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User currently offlineKahala777 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 21 hours ago) and read 6666 times:

Quoting N1120A (Reply 15):
Actually, B6 does a lot of north-south connecting traffic at JFK

They do have connectiing traffic, that is a point... However, their business model for the most part is O/D of which Jet Blue picks markets and right sizes aircraft.

Quoting FXramper (Reply 14):
what happened to their new shiny terminal?

You tell us... No one major route has been added to JFK... Same old stuff, a few more San Juan and Santo Domingo, but nothing at all to remark of a major expansion in the JFK market.

Quoting FXramper (Reply 14):
I'm sure bringing the 752s with winglets is gonna blow up their trans-atlantic routes outta JFK...

You are forgetting a few facts... American Airlines dropped routes such as San Jose, Long Beach, and Orange County because of not ony competition, but financial problems... of which American Airlines is not clear of.. Trans-Atlantic flights as an expansion from JFK ha yet to be seen. In 2006 American Airlines plans to open one route to its JFK network, and that is Newcastle. How on Earth would AA serving Newcastle ever effect Jet Blue? American Airlines and Delta Airlines are hanging onto what is left in that JFK market. They have both been hit hard, and hit squarely by the Jet Blue impact..

KAHALA777


User currently offlineLuv2fly From United States of America, joined May 2003, 12150 posts, RR: 49
Reply 17, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 21 hours ago) and read 6657 times:

Quoting AA7573E (Reply 1):
Why do you highly doubt they will ever fly internationally outside of North America, seeing as how they already do. Further expansion into yielding Latin American, Mexican, South American and European markets is all but inevitable. They are simply following the money. To assume they would not, would be foolish.

They might be following the money as you say. Though in reality they have to chase markets that there planes can service. Right now Europe is out of the question with the A320's.



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User currently offlineAirzim From Zimbabwe, joined Jun 2001, 1239 posts, RR: 1
Reply 18, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 21 hours ago) and read 6636 times:

While there may be times in the late morning and the middle of the afternoon to run additional flights from JFK, there just isn't the demand. Business traffic is early morning and late afternoon/evening, There are runway constraints in the evening and you can only run so many flights to SYR at 7am.

Mega-hub is just not going to happen.


User currently offlineKahala777 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 19, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 21 hours ago) and read 6622 times:

Quoting Airzim (Reply 18):
Mega-hub is just not going to happen

True.. as Mega-Hubs, require Mega-Space!

KAHALA777


User currently offlineSTT757 From United States of America, joined Mar 2000, 16907 posts, RR: 51
Reply 20, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 17 hours ago) and read 6424 times:

Quoting N1120A (Reply 15):
JFK isn't actually slot controlled. During the international heavy times of day (when B6 is not as busy), there are ATC issues with capacity, but the airport itself is not slot controlled.

One issue lost on people is the air space constraints, sure there's room for growth at JFK both with existing infastructure and if they could get a new runway built. However that would be throwing money away because the biggest constraint to growing the number of flights into and out of the Tri-State area airports is not runway capacity but air space capacity and the capacity of the man power and technology the FAA is currently fielding to handle the capacity.

And it's not just EWR, JFK and LGA. Teterboro for instance handles about as many flights as JFK, lots and lots of G-V's and Netjets filling the sky.

While there may be room to grow on the ground the constraints in the airspace make any large infastructure investments futile until the FAA first makes a concerted effort to expand the workforce, upgrade the equipment and re-design the airspace to better handle the air traffic flow. However with current Federal Budget deficits those large seemingly sensible investments are not forthcoming.



Eastern Air lines flt # 701, EWR-MCO Boeing 757
User currently offlineMir From United States of America, joined Jan 2004, 21875 posts, RR: 55
Reply 21, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 13 hours ago) and read 6247 times:

Quoting Kahala777 (Reply 13):
So you are saying that MSP, and SLC are "mega-hub's".... You may want to check your facts on that one again.

Are you saying MSP isn't an NW mega-hub?

-Mir



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User currently offlineAwysBSB From Brazil, joined Sep 2005, 565 posts, RR: 0
Reply 22, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 5 hours ago) and read 6104 times:

Quoting Kahala777 (Reply 13):
Why would B6-Jet Blue have problems in the New York market. Have you done a little bit of research to see the routes that American, Delta, United, and Continental have run from, due to the ever expanding Jet Blue network?

There are so many US carrier flying long haul from NYC because of O/D traffic, and not because of the B6`s network.
That presence of AA, DL, UA and CO makes clear that NYC is a place for the competition and if B6 try to be dominant there, it might receive unfavorable responses from the market.

Quoting Kahala777 (Reply 13):
Why Not? B6-Jet Blue is not a "connecting" airline, it is a O/D based airline.

Well, FL, HP, TZ, F9, DH, YX, Song, NK and WS are working with the New Yorker O/D traffic too.
Sometimes, the offer of those airlines can be better than the B6`s, and B6 can lose a lot with it.

Quoting Kahala777 (Reply 13):
So you are saying that MSP, and SLC are "mega-hub's".... You may want to check your facts on that one again. Look at Continental Airlines and their Newark fortress, Delta Airlines and their Atlanta fortress.. New York city has so much demand that they have 4 airports serving it (EWR, HPN, JFK, LGA). 2 of the New York area airports demand some of the highest yields in the World, not to mention the most impressive international and domestic O/D on the North American continent!

I did not mention MSP and SLC are mega-hubs, I mentioned those market are WELCOMING to mega-hubs!
I ask you for you look at the facts I posted before replying my statements.
Anyway, NWA has more than 70 gates in MSP and that is bigger than what B6 can have in NYC.


User currently offlineWhiteHatter From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 23, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 5 hours ago) and read 6095 times:

I was thinking in the car the other day (as you do when in traffic jams) and came to the conclusion that B6 will surprise us all one day and apply for JFK-LHR when open skies becomes a reality. They can provide connectivity and feed such a service after all.

I would not be surprised either if they bypassed LHR and instead went for a cooperation agreement with a Euro lowcost to join networks. Heap scorn on this if you wish, but evolution favours the fittest. Providing a linked up hub-to-hub arrangement could be done with relatively little administration cost, although the details of missed connections and liability would need to be settled.


User currently offlineKahala777 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 24, posted (9 years 2 weeks 6 days 4 hours ago) and read 6051 times:

Quoting AwysBSB (Reply 22):
That presence of AA, DL, UA and CO makes clear that NYC is a place for the competition and if B6 try to be dominant there, it might receive unfavorable responses from the market.

There has been no unfavorable reponse so far to Jet Blue!  sarcastic 

Quoting AwysBSB (Reply 22):
I mentioned those market are WELCOMING to mega-hubs!

Welcoming? ... What do you mean?

Quoting AwysBSB (Reply 22):
Well, FL, HP, TZ, F9, DH, YX, Song, NK and WS are working with the New Yorker O/D traffic too.

Yeah... and your point is????

KAHALA777


25 Tornado82 : Are they going to park all those planes they have on order? See, something doesn't add up with 400 planes and less than 500 flights. IMHO it will be
26 AwysBSB : I hope so! I will wait for someone answer it! Oh, give me a break! KAHALA777, An important thing for you and JetBluefan1 remember: give peace a chanc
27 Kahala777 : It makes you wonder who is planning this huge white elephant of an expansion! KAHALA777
28 Tornado82 : See I just questioned the validity of their expansion. You're name calling. So wow, now you're bashing Jet Blue too. United, USAirways, America West,
29 Cloudy : That is mainly due to three things... 1. Longer average flight length. More fuel and provisions must be loaded. People also tend to pack heavier, on
30 Kahala777 : That is not bashing... That is just simply asking a question as to who is the mind behind the huge expansion that Jet Blue has in its sights. I am no
31 Post contains links and images Stirling : Mega-Hubs would be classified as: 1. ATL 2. ORD 3. DFW Everyone else is just a hub..."Fortress" designator or not. "Fortress" is the adjective to expr
32 Incitatus : 36 gates doesn't make anything mega. I don't think JFK will even be the largest airport in JetBlue's network a few years down the road. They will pick
33 F27XXX : JFK is just a win-win situation for B6 any way you look at it. The NYC market is strong enough that B6 could make very nearly any route they chose to
34 BigGSFO : I agree 100%. JFK is a hub, but will probably never be a mega-hub for any airline.
35 JetBluefan1 : I agree. Even JetBlue will not be able to make JFK a mega-hub. Considering that there is just so much competition both domestically (though it has be
36 Post contains images Aerofan : well i for one hope so. i look forward to my neighbourhood airport becoming the busiest in the world. or at least in the top 3
37 STT757 : And that does not include the Military traffic in Central NJ because of McGuire Air Force Base, the Warren Grove bombing range or the Atlantic traini
38 Tornado82 : Nor does it include half of the area around ABE, which is on the path of approaches/departures from NYC. We might not be a Newark, but added with the
39 Willyj : I think you mean A350s or 787s...
40 F27XXX : I'd be very happy with either!
41 Tommy767 : B6 is very strong at JFK, still AA has that brand new Billion dollar terminal. I was just in it, and it's very impressive. I worry about AA and if the
42 SunValley : This whole thing is kind of reminiscent of People Express over at Newark.
43 Post contains images AwysBSB : Man, by the statements you have already posted in other threads, your writing is so good!    If I did not see your flag, I would never suspect you
44 Post contains images JetBlueAtJFK : Well he writes better then you do (Not saying it mean but your word order is not right but it doesn't really matter because you probably are learning
45 Mir : As far as I'm concerned, LiveTV on a 320 beats a 762 without it. -Mir
46 Sflaflight : Ok, but if one takes your point of view of geography, then only a selected few centralized cities can ever be hubs (MEM - STL - MCI, just to name a f
47 Mir : Geographically, I think MSP is a very good hub. Sure, going MIA-MSP-SAN isn't ideal, but you're never going to have a hub that is convenient for ever
48 AwysBSB : Kahala777, What I selected in the Mir`s statement partially answers your question.
49 Icebird757 : Sorry to burst your knowledge bubble dude but we are approaching our 6 year anniversary and currently we have service to 33 cities with 326 flights d
50 Post contains images Aeroflot777 : Well depends for who. If I haven't been on a B767-200 before, I would gladly take the Boeing. Just something new to try. Flying should be enough IF e
51 Icebird757 : Not really. We are not trying to be your cattle herd airline like Southwest. We are a step above them, they are like the bottom feeder airline, any a
52 Sflaflight : Ok, but if one takes your point of view of geography, then only a selected few centralized cities can ever be hubs (MEM - STL - MCI, just to name a f
53 STT757 : Dude, would you be willing to bet money that they wont have 500 flights from JFK in five years to which is the original subject of the thread to whic
54 Post contains images RIPCORDD : never they will be out business before they can reach that status.....
55 Icebird757 : You said system wide. From JFK no but system wide we will have a lot more than 500 daily flights in 5 years.
56 Post contains links STT757 : From the horses mouth; . http://jetblue.com/learnmore/pressDetail.asp?newsId=372
57 Flightopsguy : Nice expansion for JBU, but nowhere near the megahubs that UA has at ORD (about 1000 flites total counting UAX) or DL at ATL, or AA at DFW. How many
58 B6sea : How do you come to that conclusion? (Caribbean=N.America...FYI) -Chans
59 Tommy767 : "As far as I'm concerned, LiveTV on a 320 beats a 762 without it." I respect that. Especially since the AA 762s only have basic IFE. As far as space c
60 Post contains images Lightsaber : In five years... 300 from JFK. When the terminal is built out to 36 gates, then 400 flights/day. Unfortunately JFK would need 1 more runway and B6 an
61 Post contains images Stirling : Since we're arguing about who writes the best..... In the above quoted sentence it should be "Than" as opposed to "Then". Unless you're saying, He wr
62 STT757 : Not even Blue Coolaid drinkers would be that optimistic, consdering they are building 26 (not 36) gates and since B6 gets less than 10 flights per da
63 AkjetBlue : hmmm well we run 21-22 flights a day on two gates at MCO, so it actually would be more possible to run up to 300+ flights a day, you need to remember
64 STT757 : That's not happening at JFK, a little thing called weather and congestion would not allow that type of high frequency quick turn around operation. Th
65 JetBluefan1 : There is an option which allows them to grow to 36 gates. The terminal will first be built with 26 gates, and if JetBlue feels the need, they will be
66 Mir : This is true. I've had some good transcons on a UA 762 (and some bad ones on a DL 763). However, economy on any airline is going to be cramped, and t
67 Post contains images JetBlueAtJFK : We are talking system wide 500 flights not just NYC. For 500 in NYC I would think in about 8-10 years earliest. jetBlueAtJFK
68 Post contains links and images Lightsaber : I'm betting on them holding onto or re-acquiring a few gates in T6. Too optimistic? Maybe. We'll see! Or maybe they'll fly much more international an
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