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JetBlue Flights Are About to Get Way More Comfortable

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JetBlue's new value-price business class service, dubbed Mint, is being launched on coast-to-coast flights this summer. courtesy of JetBlue

The new service, dubbed “Mint,” to be added to some New York-to-Los Angeles flights.

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Luxury travelers can start adding JetBlue to their list of airlines for cross-country flights. The carrier, famous for its all-coach set up, is already stocked with certain amenities: leather seats, satellite TV on each seat back, and high-quality snacks. Now it’s adding a first-class section with beds.

The new luxury section will include 16 lie-flat seats (four sectioned off in a suite) on some New York-to-Los Angeles flights, according to the New York Times. Flights to San Francisco will add the seats in October.

The new service will be called “Mint.”

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