JetBlue today unveiled a reimagined version of their Mint (Business Class) experience. The complete redesign of Mint features 24 private suites with sliding doors.
The first major design overhaul of Mint, designed in partnership with Acumen Design Associates, will launch on JetBlue’s Trans-atlantic A321 London flights this summer; a 16-seat layout will debut on a limited number of flights between New York and Los Angeles in 2021.
Introducing the New Mint Experience
JetBlue’s transatlantic A321 Mint Business Class will offer more privacy with its 24 individual suites; with features including a tilting 17-inch Thales AVANT seatback screen, wireless charging capabilities, an integrated phone ledge for multitasking and easy-to-reach in-seat power, as well as laptop, shoe and handbag stowage.
JetBlue Mint Studio
Each aircraft will have two Mint Studios in the first row and featuring a 22-inch tilting Thales AVANT seatback screen, an extra side table for added productivity and a guest seat that can accommodate an additional Mint customer during flight at cruising altitude. This will be the largest lie-flat bed on offer by any US carrier.