JetBlue has reported a third quarter 2021 adjusted EPS of a loss of $0.12, driven by better than expected revenue growth due to strong demand. JetBlue posted a 5.5% decline in revenue over 2019 levels, which was better that the airline’s prediction of a 6-9% decline. Operating expenses fell per available seat mile decreased 2.1% year over two, while operating expenses per available seat mile, excluding fuel and special items (CASM ex-fuel) increased 12.7% year over two, which is in-line with the airline’s planning assumption of an 11% to 13% increase year over two. Capacity declined by 0.8% year over two,
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