Last updated on July 23rd, 2021
JetBlue is hyping the upcoming launch of its new London service. The new transatlantic service will see passengers in New York and Boston hopping the pond and visiting London through JetBlue for the first time. Now, JetBlue is showcasing the new London routes and the impressive amenities on-board.
JetBlue Unveils London In-Flight Services
JetBlue is increasing the excitement in advance of its new London routes. The new London services, which fly from New York (JFK International Airport) and Boston (Logan International Airport), are expected to begin later this year and will make use of the spacious Airbus A321LR aircraft.
Travelers can expect the usual JetBlue bells-and-whistles, and more, including:
- Personal 10.1-inch seatback TV with on-demand movies
- Live TV (where available)
- Free Fly-Fi on-board Wi-Fi from Viasat
A new Twist On Dining (and Snacking)
International travel provides a variety of perks not found with domestic travel. Travelers over the age of 21, for instance, can enjoy complimentary beer, wine, and spirits on flights. All international oceanic travelers also enjoy free meals on longer flights.
JetBlue is bringing both benefits to its JFK-LHR and BOS-LHR flights. The carrier is partnering with Dig to bring farm-to-tray-table, vegetable-forward menus, including the option to build your own meal from nine potential combinations of mains and bases.
JetBlue is also adding a self-service snack bar to flights for travelers feeling peckish. The self-service pantry includes the usual snacks you would expect from JetBlue – such as chips, pretzels, and more.
Business class is a common feature for most Transatlantic flights. JetBlue, however, does not provide the same business class fares as other leading airlines – until now.
Mint Suites is the new, all-aisle-access premium cabin tier. All Mint Suite fares include a lie-flat seat with Tuft & Needle’s T&N Adaptive® Foam cushions, a memory foam pillow, customizable blanket, and comfy slippers. Mint travelers will also enjoy a 17-inch television, wireless charging, and dedicated storage spaces for shoes, laptops, and more.
Need more space? The Mint Studio is a front-row-only first-class experience with the largest bed and TV on any U.S. carrier. The 22-inch TV joins a host of other perks, including a guest seat/worktable, more storage space, and complimentary loungewear.
JetBlue is a leading American airline that offers low-cost flights to hundreds of destinations across the United States, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, and South America. JetBlue has hubs in New York, Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Orlando, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Frequent flyers can earn rewards through the carrier’s TrueBlue loyalty program. That program also features co-branded airline cards issued by Barclays:
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