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JetBlue Enhances its Mint Service with More Offerings


JetBlue enhances its JetBlue Mint® service, the airline’s premium travel experience that disrupted the industry with its category redefining fares and award-winning products.

The airline, which made highly curated partners central to the Mint experience, is introducing a completely new lineup for Mint, including Delicious Hospitality Group, Tuft & Needle, Wanderfuel and Master & Dynamic.

The new partners will transition into all Mint flights over the next six weeks, appearing on flights as early as November 18.



When it was introduced in 2014, JetBlue Mint disrupted the domestic “business class” category, making premium travel more accessible for a fraction of the cost that legacy carriers were charging. Now, the refresh of JetBlue’s Mint partnerships sets the stage for the biggest shake-up yet of the premium category when, next year, JetBlue unveils its fully reimagined version of Mint for its London service in 2021.

“JetBlue’s reimagined Mint is turning the journey itself into a destination, offering the comforts of a premium travel experience at a more affordable price point,” said Elizabeth Windram, vice president of marketing, JetBlue.

“This onboard refresh allows us to reset that high bar we set in 2014, with the very best in dining and hospitality, comfort and wellness at 35,000 feet. And for those who can’t wait to see what we have in store for our London flights, well let’s just say this is a little teaser for what we have in mind.”

JetBlue’s newest Mint partners will encourage discovery with high quality food, expertly curated premium amenities and purposeful, custom-for-JetBlue products that will make travelers forget they are in the sky.

Dining with Delicious Hospitality Group Takes Flight

JetBlue tapped SoHo-based Delicious Hospitality Group (DHG) – the team behind acclaimed New York City restaurants Charlie Bird, Legacy Records and Pasquale Jones – to bring their inventive culinary style, extraordinary wine and cocktail programs, and tactile dining aesthetics to the skies. Developed in partnership with Chef/Owner Ryan Hardy and Wine Director Grant Reynolds, the new Mint dining experience was created by reimagining elevated hospitality in-flight. It will feature a rotating menu of small plates that customers can choose from, individually inspired by each of DHG’s three restaurants, starting with Charlie Bird. Once onboard, customers will delight in high-quality fare prepared with seasonal ingredients, alongside a selection of international wines and craft cocktails to be shaken on-board. To complete the experience, DHG redesigned plate ware to mimic their New York City table tops and has shared access to their revered music playlists capturing the ambiance synonymous with dining in one of their restaurants.

Catching Zzz’s with Tuft & Needle

Keeping customers’ comfort top of mind, JetBlue collaborated with Tuft & Needle, the digitally native mattress company that pioneered the bed-in-a-box trend, to develop a cohesive sleep experience onboard. Travelers can kick back and relax with a convertible blanket with a built-in foot pocket, a memory foam lined pillow with a pillowcase and snooze kits that include a matching eye mask and ear plugs.

Wellness in the Air with Wanderfuel

JetBlue is putting a fresh spin on the traditional airline amenity kit with the introduction of its new “wellness kit” concept. Developed in partnership with Wanderfuel, a brand that specializes in carefully curated travel kits designed with leading nutritionist Sarah Wragge, the airline’s four wellness kits will pamper customers with a rotating selection of healthy snacks, supplements and personal care items designed to help customers feel their best throughout their entire travel journey. Travelers will receive one of four kits catered to the time of day and destination they are flying to: Awake, for breakfast and morning flights; Flow, for lunch and dinner flights; Sleep, for shuteye flights; and Renewal, for Caribbean flights.

Tune In (or Out) with Master & Dynamic

Mint customers will enjoypremium headsets from New York City’s luxury audio brand, Master & Dynamic. The custom-for-JetBlue MH40 Over-Ear headphones will enable travelers to tune in to JetBlue’s industry-leading seatback entertainment with noise reduction, a brilliant, genre-agnostic sound profile, and a vintage aviation-inspired design.

JetBlue operates more than 90 daily Mint flights in 18 JetBlue cities. Most recently, the airline expanded Mint service in the broader metro area to Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) with daily nonstop service to both Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO).

Flying with Confidence

JetBlue’s multi-layered Safety from the Ground Up program focuses on maintaining healthy crewmembers, clean air and surfaces, more space with fewer touchpoints and travel flexibility. As part of the “More space, fewer touchpoints” pillar, the airline has streamlined onboard service to minimize physical interactions and maximize safety and comfort. To learn more, visit

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