JetBlue to Expand Mint Class to the Caribbean

Image via JetBlue

Image via JetBlue


We weren’t entirely convinced that New York’s Hometown Airline, JetBlue, would be able to profit from its Mint Class seats, but the airline’s new business-class-type seats are over-performing. Now only offered from New York to LAX and San Francisco, the airline will expands its Mint services from New York’s JFK to Barbados and Aruba—the airline’s two most popular Caribbean routes. Since launching on transcontinental routes in June 2014, Mint has quickly become recognized for its whole new take on flying, which includes private suites, the widest seat and longest fully flat bed in the US domestic market, tapas-style dining, custom amenity kits. and 15-inch flat screen televisions with free entertainment. With Mint service to the Caribbean, JetBlue will become the only US carrier to operate regularly scheduled service with lie-flat seating to the region.

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