JetBlue Unveils New Mint Premium Cabin for N.Y.-Los Angeles, N.Y.-San Francisco Flights
Without calling it either business or first class, JetBlue introduced Mint, its new premium service.
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.