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New JetBlue Mint Suite: Courtesy JetBlue

Man, I love what JetBlue has come up with here. They have unveiled a refresh to the Mint cabin (to make it more luxurious and suitable for their upcoming New York to London route) and it will actually premiere on select flights on the JFK-LAX market starting as soon as this June.

Take a look at the video they made:

I’m most excited about the front row Mint Studio suite that includes space for a dining companion to join for meals – something I vividly remember taking advantage of on my first Cathay Pacific First Class flight close to a decade ago.

Every suite has a closing door and direct aisle access, with what appears to be plenty of room to stretch.

The seats are (of course) fully lie-flat, with Tuft and Needle foam cushions, pillow and blanket and a huge 17″ TV screen. The one Mint Studio actually has a 22″ screen! They will also pass out Master & Dynamic’s MH40 noise-isolating headphones to use during the flight.

Last but not least is several new local restaurant partnerships, to offer dishes from Charlie Bird, Pasquale Jones, and Legacy Records and cocktails created by Ada’s Place.

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What do you think of the new JetBlue Mint seat?

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