Bloomberg Businessweek: 6 reasons why JetBlue’s CEO Dave Barger will leave in February

JetBlue Airways‘ (New York) CEO Dave Barger, 56, who succeeded David Neeleman (who then started Azul in Brazil), is facing the end of his contract in February 2015. Will he stay or leave?

This article by Bloomberg Businessweek offers six reasons why Dave won’t probably stick around.

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Copyright Photo: Stephen Tornblom/ Most U.S. carriers are doing quite well. The board, representing the stockholders, will probably be looking for a change at the top to expand JetBlue. JetBlue is a narrow-body airline which restricts its growth and also the range of the airline. One “surprise” Dave could be ready to unveil is the addition of Airbus A330s for long range routes to South America and other places. Will this save Dave in time? Airbus A320-232 N599JB (msn 2336) in the Plaid tail design is seen on the ramp at the focus city of Long Beach, California.

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