JetBlue founder orders 60 jets for start-up in the U.S.

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According to recent reports, David Neeleman has ordered new 60 A220-300 jets for new start-up airline in the U.S. David Neeleman who is the founder member of the JetBlue airline said that the aviation industry in the U.S. need some advancement and by that he meant any region within the U.S. should have access to air services. He said after a conference before making the purchase of the new 60 A220-300 air jets in England airshow room.

David Neeleman concluded in the airshow that the start-up of this new airline with the new 60 A220-300 air jets has stepped a greater stone s far s aviation industry in the U.S. is concerned. According to him, this new 60 A220-300 air jets will help in providing services to the remote people and therefore giving the people in the remote areas a chance to conduct business more efficiently.

This project is considered a success considering the work that the JetBlue founder David Neeleman has done. According to his history, David Neeleman was the person responsible for launching the Mexican airline known s the Morris air in the year 1980. This airline operated for some years until when the southwest acquired the airline.

In the year 1990, David Neeleman participated in the formation of the WestJet airline currently the second largest airline service in Canada. David Neeleman also after quitting from the JetBlue airline, he went ahead to Mexico and formed the Brazilian airline service which currently is the biggest in the region.

Considering the work history and the successful records of Mr. David Neeleman, then with no doubt the new airline start-up in the U.S. will be a success. According to David Neeleman, this new start-up airline will not only help avail services to the remote and inaccessible areas within the states rather it will help improve the economy and the life standards of the people too.

David Neeleman is known for his successful airline start-ups and with no doubt this new start-up will be a break through to the U.S. aviation industry and an advantage to the government itself.