JetBlue's ultimate mission is to have an investor exit strategy- they will, eventually, be acquired by a larger airline.
The only question in my mind is whether it will be as (1) a "triumphant" acquisition, being bought at a premium as a plum acquisition for its stellar operations, reputation and financial performance; or (2) as a somewhat distressed acquisition, with price reduced as a result of poor cash position.
My hopes (and gut feeling) support no. 1, above, but you can bet Mr. Neeleman & Co. could do without the current economic uncertainty, the weak business travel market it creates and (most importantly) the poor capital markets.
...three miles from BRONS, clear for the ILS one five approach...