JetBlue founder David Neeleman plans to launch a new airline in 2020, according to industry newsletter Airline Weekly.

The carrier, which Airline Weekly said is being called Moxy during its present planning stage, would focus on nonstop routes using secondary airports in substantial markets. For example, the carrier would fly from Providence rather than Boston, St. Petersburg rather than Tampa and Orlando Sanford rather than Orlando International, Airline Weekly reported.

A spokesman for Neeleman said the aviation industry entrepreneur isn’t doing interviews at present. “It's a no-comment currently,” wrote Gareth-Edmonson Jones in an email.

Airline Weekly said it obtained information on Moxy from two anonymous sources familiar with the plan as well as by viewing a presentation about the proposed carrier.

Moxy, the publication said, has ordered 60 Bombardier CS300 aircraft, which would be configured with as many as four classes and would hold 120 to 145 seats.

Moxy wouldn’t sell connecting itineraries, and instead would focus its model on providing convenient and inexpensive point-to-point services featuring small airports that have lost connectivity due to U.S. airline industry consolidation.

Along with JetBlue, Neeleman founded Canadian carrier WestJet and Brazilian carrier Azul. He is currently the co-owner of TAP Air Portugal.

Last summer, Neeleman registered a new company called Azura Airways Corporation in the state of Connecticut, but denied reports that he planned to launch a new airline.

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