JetBlue's incoming CEO speculates large US airlines will survive COVID-19 crisis

Associated Press (AP) has announced Robin Hayes, incoming CEO of JetBlue Airlines, said while airlines are starting to see a slight rise in bookings, air travel is down about 90%, creating speculation about which carriers might go under, the news source said.

Hayes says he is confident that all large airlines in the US will survive.

He admits he doesn´t know how quickly air travel will recover from the coronavirus outbreak, and no matter what, his will be a smaller airline.