LOS ANGELES – Roughly one-quarter of passengers flying in JetBlue’s A321 premium Mint product during its first week were regular customers who previously avoided the carrier’s transcontinental flights. JetBlue’s typical one-class configuration on its A320s is popular among many customers, but as the airline increased its transcontinental offerings, its single cabin operation hampered its ability to retain lucrative passengers. JetBlue added a premium economy section ...
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