JetBlue A220
JetBlue A220

First Look of JetBlue A220 Interior

Reported by Chris Sloan for Airliner World magazine, JetBlue today introduced the all-new onboard experience aboard the airline’s Airbus A220-300.

The aircraft, registration N3008J, is the first delivery of 70 A220-300 aircraft that JetBlue has on order, which will be phased in to replace the existing fleet of 60 Embraer 190 aircraft. The A220 is replacing JetBlue’s Embraer E-190s fleet, on a 1 for 1 basis, through 2025.

The airline revealed their interior for the first time today. Chris Sloan took a first look and shared these pictures with us.

Spacious Seats

JetBlue’s A220 is outfitted with the Collins Meridian seat, featuring a number of design elements. The seating is arranged in a two-by-three configuration.

  • 140 seats with an expanded width of 18.6 inches, the widest available for a single aisle aircraft (32" seat pitch)
  • Six rows of Even More Space® seating at 35" seat pitch
JetBlue A220-300 Cabin Interior
JetBlue A220-300 Cabin Interior
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  • Custom designed seatback storage with mesh pockets, sized for water bottles and loose items
  • In-seat power, featuring AC, USB-A and USB-C ports
  • A 10.1", 1080P high definition screen at every seat
  • Bigger windows for a better view
  • More spacious overhead bins, for additional carry-on bag capacity
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a man sitting in a plane with a laptop
The seatback design level is contoured at knee level providing even extra room. I can attest that 32” in these seats felt like a lot more.
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Lavatories featuring New York subway tile patterns. The A220 has one of the largest lavatories.

A220 Entering Service

Initially the A220 will begin flying this spring, before entering scheduled service by mid-June on JetBlue’s Boston to Fort Lauderdale route.

JetBlue A220-300
JetBlue A220-300
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JetBlue A220-300 Cockpit
JetBlue A220-300 Cockpit
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Photos and details by Chris Sloan