JetBlue Unveils New Mint Premium Cabin for N.Y.-Los Angeles, N.Y.-San Francisco Flights

By Paul Riegler on 30 September 2013
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JetBlue's new premium cabin

JetBlue’s new premium cabin

Without calling it either business or first class, JetBlue introduced Mint, its new premium service.

Mint, which will only be available on the highly competitive New York-Los Angeles and New York-San Francisco transcon market, will be launched on June 15, 2014.

The new cabin will offer passengers a 6’ 8”-long fully lie-flat bed as well as four private suites with doors.  The seats, which are 22” wide, have a massage function, shoe stowage, dual 110-volt AC outlets and USB ports, a 15” display with 100 channels of programming, and adjustable air cushions to allow passengers to select seat firmness.  The seats also have a “wake me for service” do not disturb indicator.

JetBlue is also making its in-flight Internet service, Fly-Fi, available at no charge to all passengers, regardless of cabin, for low-bandwidth activities.

The New York-based airline is also upgrading its main cabin, adding new seats, 10.1” entertainment screens, in-seat power, and cup holders.  The flights will also have a self-service station with snacks and drinks available to all passengers.


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