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Inside Look: How JetBlue Aircraft is Returned to Service After Being in Storage

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New York-based JetBlue has placed 75 aircraft into a so-called “active storage program” at Pinal Airpark in the largely rural Marana, Ariz. Most of these aircraft have been sitting in the desert since April, awaiting their next mission. (airlinegeeks.com) More...

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Exnihil
Jeremy Watson 2
This article actually says nothing whatever about how JetBlue aircraft are returned to service. Puzzled and disappointed.
terryspath
terry spath 2
My reaction to this article is the same as Mr. Watson. As and A&P I wanted to see some detail.

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