As planning international travel becomes a reality after its unexpectedly long hiatus, some passengers may have forgotten the unavoidable discomforts of travel. Long haul flights with lackluster food, cramped personal space and shoddy WiFi make lockdown on the couch sound like a vacation. Enter: JetBlue, which announced on Tuesday, April 6 that the New York-based airline will offer boutique-style service on new flights to London, starting this summer.
Plans to shake up the transatlantic flight experience will bring a new level of service and comfort to customers craving a great experience at a low fare. JetBlue’s Single-Aisle Airbus A321LR promises the most legroom in coach; unlimited, free high-speed Wi-Fi and live TV; and a new seatside ordering concept in partnership with Dig. The build-your-own meal concept mirrors Dig’s New York fast casual restaurant experience, with passengers able to design a complimentary meal, on demand, made with seasonal ingredients.
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“From generous personal space, to our innovative build-your-own dining concept, every detail has been thoughtfully designed and will be made even better with the attentive service standards that a single-aisle aircraft allows,” said Jayne O’Brien, head of marketing and loyalty, JetBlue…