JetBlue to Launch Lie-Flat Business Class from Boston

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JetBlue announced that they would be launching lie-flat business class seating from Boston onboard their new A321’s in their Mint Cabin between Boston and San Francisco, as well as from Boston to Barbados.

The first Mint Service from BOS to SFO began March 24, 2016, with a total of three daily flights by September 20, 2016. For the Barbados service, that will run from March 26, 2016 till April 30, 2016 and then will return November 2016.

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Per JetBlue,

JetBlueannounced the start of its acclaimed Mint service at Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS). JetBlue is now the only airline in Boston to offer regularly-scheduled flights with fully lie-flat seating on domestic routes.

Service between Boston and San Francisco International Airport (SFO) begins today with one Mint flight offered in each direction. In the coming months, Mint will be offered on all three daily roundtrips between the two cities. Additionally, seasonal Mint service between Boston and Barbados’ Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI) takes off this Saturday and will operate on Saturdays through April 30, 2016. This October, Mint service between Boston and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) will take to the skies with up to three daily roundtrips eventually offered.

“JetBlue travelers in Boston are craving a premium experience and starting today they can experience service unlike anything offered by any other another airline at Logan,” said Marty St. George, executive vice president commercial and planning at JetBlue. “Mint has been a game changer in the transcontinental market in New York and we can’t wait for it to do the same in Boston.”

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Bottom Line

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I’m excited to see JetBlue launch Mint from Boston on these routes! JetBlue Mint is a great product, and I can’t wait for even more routes to offer this service.

Have you had the opportunity to fly onboard JetBlue Mint before? Feel free to share your experience below!

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