JetBlue is revolutionizing the way comfort is experienced in the sky. The airline has revamped its Mint experience for transatlantic flights. The new Mint class aboard the airline’s A321 aircraft has 24 private suites, each with its own sliding door, and lie-flat seats with JetBlue’s exclusive Tuft & Needle sleep experience including the T&N Adaptive® Foam cushions, a memory foam pillow and a customizable blanket. The new front-row Mint Studio™ boasts the largest bed & TV on a U.S. airline—and an extra seat and space to work, lounge and entertain.
Mint was an idea to make premium travel across the U.S. less stuffy and more affordable, and its performance has exceeded even our most optimistic expectationsJoanna Geraghty, President and Chief Operating Officer, JetBlue
For those looking for entertainment, a large 17” TV, plenty of in-suite power and wireless charging, and customizable lighting are just a few of the touches to help make the most of your time. And, with dedicated storage and nooks for shoes, a laptop and more, stowing and organizing your stuff is in the bag.
The spacious front-row Mint Studio features all the bells and whistles of our new Mint suites, plus the largest bed and TV (22”) on a U.S. airline, a mirrored vanity, even more storage, and a guest seat and table—to work, lounge and entertain.
“Mint was an idea to make premium travel across the U.S. less stuffy and more affordable, and its performance has exceeded even our most optimistic expectations of going beyond New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco,” Joanna Geraghty, president and chief operating officer, JetBlue, wrote in a statement. “It’s remarkable how Mint’s thoughtful design has resonated with customers as we successfully grew it to more than 30 routes. We put our heart into this redesign of Mint and were inspired by our original vision of offering customers an exceptional experience at a lower fare – which is what JetBlue is all about.”
According to Travel + Leisure, the redesign came thanks to the airline’s partnership with Acumen Design Associates. A 16-seat layout will debut on a limited number of flights between New York and Los Angeles in 2021, and it will come with two Mint Studio suites designed by Acumen and developed in partnership with AIM Altitude.
“Each aircraft will have two Mint Studios in the first row, providing ample room for working or relaxing, and featuring a 22-inch tilting Thales AVANT seatback screen, an extra side table for added productivity, and a guest seat that can accommodate an additional Mint customer during flight at cruising altitude.”