Nicknamed Moxy and scheduled for take-off in 2021, a low-cost airline from JetBlue founder David Neeleman will traverse uncommon international routes. The tech-focused carrier will cut out phone lines and paper tickets—opting for an automated, app-centric experience for users. The airline will focus on non-traditional hubs—for instance, Scranton, Pennsylvania or from Florida to smaller cities in northern Brazil. Most of the flights will be non-stop, and Neeleman believes that most of their routes will never see competition. Read more about the project at Skift.