appointed Trey Urbahn as its executive vice president and chief revenue officer.
Urbahn was previously the executive chairman at OneSky Jets, a company that provides private jet travel on demand.
"Trey's expertise in the field of revenue optimization, combined with his entrepreneurial spirit and track record of success will help JetBlue keep and grow our competitive position,'' the Forest Hills, N.Y.-based company said. "Our airline will have grown to 50 destinations by the time we turn seven years old. With Trey joining us, our leadership team is now in place to reach our full potential as a company.''
Shares of JetBlue were down 2 cents, or 0.1%, at $13.90 Tuesday.
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