By Keith Reed, The Boston Globe Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Feb. 3--JetBlue Airways could become one of the largest airlines operating out of Logan International Airport three years from now.
JetBlue chief executive and founder David Neeleman said yesterday the airline is undertaking a massive expansion that calls for it to occupy 11 gates in Terminal C, up from its current two gates in Logan's international terminal. Delta Air Lines is vacating Terminal C next month, and JetBlue plans to renovate a wing of the terminal and move into five of those vacant gates by May. Afterward, the airline will open another gate every six months until 2008.
Neeleman said he wants to have 100 daily …