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Ribbon Cutting for New JetBlue Maintenance Facility at JFK Airport
 
Mayor Bloomberg joined JetBlue Airways Chief Executive Officer David Neeleman and President Dave Barger to cut the ribbon for the airline's new $45 million maintenance hangar and technical support center at John F. Kennedy International Airport.  The 140,000-square-foot complex encompasses a maintenance hangar, capable of accommodating three A320 aircraft, and a two-story office facility that will accommodate more than 300 employees of the airline's technical support operations.  

Mayor Bloomberg joined JetBlue Airways Chief Executive Officer David Neeleman and President Dave Barger to cut the ribbon for the airline's new $45 million maintenance hangar and technical support center at John F. Kennedy International Airport.  The 140,000-square-foot complex encompasses a maintenance hangar, capable of accommodating three A320 aircraft, and a two-story office facility that will accommodate more than 300 employees of the airline's technical support operations.
Mayor Bloomberg joined JetBlue Airways Chief Executive Officer David Neeleman and President Dave Barger to cut the ribbon for the airline's new $45 million maintenance hangar and technical support center at John F. Kennedy International Airport.  The 140,000-square-foot complex encompasses a maintenance hangar, capable of accommodating three A320 aircraft, and a two-story office facility that will accommodate more than 300 employees of the airline's technical support operations.
 
 

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