From the early 1970s through the early 2000s, there were as many as 10 major U.S. airlines. In the wake of bankruptcies and mergers ─ most recently the merger of American Airlines and US Airways ─ four carriers currently control about 85% of the domestic market.

JetBlue Airways has moved in and become the largest carrier at Boston’s Logan Airport and at New York’s JFK Airport. The low-cost airline is sitting in a seemingly advantageous spot to capture new customers.

David Canty, Director, Loyalty....

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