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JetBlue Airways has announced the expansion of their popular business class product, jetBlue Mint. Mint, found onboard their A321 aircrafts, will added to several new routes including Boston (BOS) to Las Vegas (LAS); Boston (BOS) to Seattle (SEA); and New York (JFK) and Seattle (SEA), all starting in early 2018.
Earlier this year, JetBlue already announced plans to launch New York (JFK) to Las Vegas (LAS); New York (JFK) to San Diego (SAN); New York (JFK) to Seattle (SEA); Boston to St. Maarten (SXM) service, so this news builds upon their previous announcement.
Per JetBlue Airways,
JetBlue today announced it will offer Mint flights between Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport (LAS). Service will begin January 4, 2018 and seats are on sale today.
The launch of Mint service between Boston and Las Vegas will follow the start of previously announced service between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Las Vegas which begins in November.
JetBlue today also announced the start dates for two Mint routes at Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA). Service between Boston and Seattle will begin February 15, 2018.
In addition to Boston service, JetBlue will also launch Mint service between New York-JFK and Seattle on April 15, 2018. Mint will initially be offered on one daily roundtrip, with a second daily roundtrip added later in 2018.
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