Earlier this year, JetBlue revealed the business and first-class cabins that will feature on its new transatlantic flights – and now it’s unveiled the cabin it claims will ‘reinvent what it’s like to fly economy across the Atlantic’.
The low-cost American airline is launching services to London for the first time this summer on a long-range version of the single-aisle Airbus A321 aircraft.
The planes will be fitted out with 24 individual business class ‘Mint’ suites as well as two first-class ‘Mint Studio’ seats that the airline claims have ‘the largest lie-flat bed of any U.S carrier’.
JetBlue has unveiled the economy cabin that will feature on its new transatlantic flights. The airline claims it will ‘reinvent what it’s like to fly economy across the Atlantic’
JetBlue has now revealed that in the new economy cabin – often referred to as coach in the U.S – it will offer passengers the chance to build their own meals, ‘spacious’ seats that feature ‘the most legroom in coach’ and are ‘wider than those found on most wide-body aircraft’ and ‘unlimited, free high-speed Wi-Fi’.
When it comes to the food offering, the airline has partnered with restaurant chain Dig to bring its ‘signature build-your-own dining concept to tray tables at 35,000 feet’…