JetBlue announced flights to Paris this week. With the flights to the City of Light, the airline seeks to capitalize on its recent success with flights from the U.S. to the UK. The new flights will bring travelers to continental Europe’s most visited city next summer. With 75 million visitors, France is also the world’s most visited country.
For JetBlue, a chance to disrupt the transatlantic business of the legacy carriers,nd steal some of their customers wouldn’t hurt either. But with hundreds of flightscancelled and thousands of passengers stranded, it be enough to pull the airline and its stock (JBLU) out of the financial doldrums?
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