JetBlue Airways reported a $57 million profit in the third quarter as strong travel demand and higher fares helped the airline cover fuel and other costs. The airline’s revenue rose by 30% during Q3 of 2022 as compared to Q3 of 2021 with total revenue of $2.56bn. JetBlue’s CEO, Robin Hayes, said: “The carrier expects another solid quarter of mid-single-digit pre-tax margins in the fourth quarter, and we’ll look to expand on that further in 2023 as we continue to restore our earnings power.” JetBlue’s CFO, Ursula Hurley said: “While the revenue outlook is strong, we must continue to be thoughtful

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