JetBlue founder flies again

After being ousted from the airline he created, David Neeleman is taking to the skies again with Brazilian upstart Azul.

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David Neeleman launched JetBlue in 2000 and grew its revenue to some $2.5 billion a year. But in May 2007, he was dumped by the board after the "Valentine's Day Massacre": A holiday ice storm stranded 130,000 passengers and exposed massive operational failings.

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