JetBlue has updated its original business class offering, called Mint, with new private rooms and a new Mint Studio seating option.

Mint Studio is a complete redesign of the cabin introduced in JetBlue Business Class in 2016. These redesigned cabins will make their debut on JetBlue’s transatlantic fleet this summer. The first flight will operate on London routes in summer 2021 and will offer 24 private cabins. A smaller 16-seat version will debut later in 2021 on a limited number of flights between New York and Los Angeles.

The design was revised in collaboration with Acumen Design Associates and with materials from Tapis Corporation and its partner Ultrafabrics. The new Mint Studio will offer the largest luxury space of any U.S. airline (based on personal space per passenger seat, according to JetBlue). Each seat, arranged in a unique chevron-shaped aisle, will have its own sliding door to allow for a private flight.

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Each aircraft has two Mint studios in the front row, providing ample space to work or relax. Amenities include a 22-inch tilt screen, an extra side table and a guest seat that can accommodate another Mint customer while flying at cruising altitude. When they lie down, customers can relax and rest on the largest flat bed of any U.S. airline (based on total flat bed space, according to JetBlue).

Comfortable to listen to: Each Mint seat is covered with Tuft & Needle’s patented adaptive foam and T&N Ultra fabric to create a fresh and comfortable sleeping experience. The Mint Flannel wallcovering is a stain-resistant, easy-to-clean microfiber made from 100% recycled polyester with a soft, tactile surface. The Promessa AV Ultraleather on the seat covers is an innovative alternative leather product, manufactured in Japan, with a four-layer construction that includes a layer of microfoam; this layer provides additional support and acts as a heat dissipation layer, increasing guests’ physical and thermal comfort. The Promessa AV product line also includes an EPA-approved antimicrobial solution for better protection against bacterial growth and surface pathogens.

Before the pandemic, JetBlue Mint sailed on more than 30 routes.

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Frequently asked questions

Is JetBlue blocking seats in the Mint?

15, JetBlue has blocked all aisles in its Mint business class cabin. … 8, the airline has limited this coverage to only two aisles in row 1 to promote separation between customers and flight attendants. As of November 8, all 16 seats in the Mint cabin are on sale.

What routes does the JetBlue Mint fly on?

Which JetBlue flights fly in Mint Business Class? – Single trip

Does JetBlue Mint have a lounge at JFK?

Does JetBlue Mint have a lounge at JFK? No. There is no JetBlue lounge in Terminal 5, where JetBlue flights depart. Instead, you can only visit the Rooftop Lounge, where you can get some fresh air outside.

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