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JetBlue Airways Cor. (JBLU: Quote) reported its preliminary traffic results for March 2012. Traffic in March increased 12.5 percent from March 2011, on a capacity increase of 9.0 percent.

The airline said its March 2012 traffic rose 12.5% to 2.95 billion revenue passenger miles or RPMs from 2.63 billion RPMs in the same period last year.

The airline's March 2012 capacity was 3.42 billion available seat miles or ASMs, up 9.0% from 3.14 billion ASMs in the prior year period.

Load factor for March 2012 was 86.3% up 2.7 points from 83.6% reported in March 2011.

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