Passengers exit a JetBlue Airways Corp. plane at Long Beach Airport (LGB) in Long Beach, California.
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June 23, 2015 12:11 PM EDT

Mint, the premium service offered by JetBlue, will soon be flying in and out of Boston’s Logan International Airport, reports Reuters. Currently, Mint is only available on transcontinental flights between New York and either Los Angeles or San Francisco.

From March 2016, JetBlue will start offering Mint service on up to three daily flights per Boston route. Customers who buy Mint tickets get premium food and drink, an advanced entertainment system and lay-flat seats. The low-cost carrier first introduced Mint in 2013.

JetBlue executives told Reuters that corporate demand was why Boston got added to the list of Mint cities.

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