Which 2 Cities Did JetBlue Mint Add More Flights To?


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Flying low-cost doesn’t mean it’s completely lacking of luxury.

Mint, launched in June 2014, was JetBlue’s response to their big spender passengers who have been enjoying private suites, widest seats and the longest fully-flat beds in the U.S. market. Ticket prices include 15-inch flat screen with DIRECTV’s 100+ channels, more than 100 channels of SiriusXM satellite radio, free broadband connectivity, tapas-style meals, and custom amenity kits.

SEE ALSO: JetBlue Just Made It Happen: NYC To Cuba, Non-Stop.

On Wednesday, JetBlue announced that more flights with Mint will be added starting on October 25, from JFK to SFO (six daily flights) and LAX (ten daily flights.) One-way economy class tickets will begin at $199, while Mint tickets will start at $599.

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Marty St. George, JetBlue executive vice-president of commercial and planning, released a statement:

We’ve driven demand for Mint with low prices and the best premium experience in North America. Whether it’s the touch of a handwritten note or their personalized attention to detail, customers rave about our inflight crew members who deliver a truly exceptional experience every day.

We predict more Mint flights will most likely be added in 2016. Really, anything for more comfort on those killer red-eyes!

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Photos: JetBlue

Source: JetBlue. Additional reporting by Jetset Times.

What do you think of additional Mint flights to LAX and SFO? Let us know in the comments.


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