With its new Mint cabin on its A321s, JetBlue is one of four airlines flying U.S. transcontinental routes with recently upgraded premium seats.
A version of this article appears in the June 30 edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology. JetBlue Airways has introduced Mint, its premium cabin, on transcontinental flights in the U.S., the latest move in a series of domestic product upgrades in the market. Airlines are gambling that consumers will pay for quality. Mint is a 16-seat premium cabin initially on New York to Los Angeles flights. By early 2015, JetBlue expects to have an 11-aircraft subfleet with the new cabin. The ...
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