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JetBlue Expanding Mint Service in the Caribbean

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - April 9, 2017

JetBlue is continuing its expansion of its Mint premium cabin service in the Caribbean.

The carrier has announced plans to add seasonal Mint service on flights between Boston and St. Maarten’s Princess Juliana International Airport.

“When we set out to reinvent premium travel nearly three years ago, we knew we were on to something revolutionary,” said Marty St. George, executive vice president, JetBlue.

The Mint service will be offered on JetBlue’s Saturday service between Boston and St. Maarten between Nov. 4 and April 2018.

JetBlue has also announced plans to include a second Saturday roundtrip flight between New York and Barbados with Mint service, complementing existing year-round Saturday Mint service between New York and Barbados.

JetBlue is also adding more Mint service on peak travel days between New York and St. Maarten, with a second daily roundtrip being added over the Christmas peak and on Saturdays before and after Thanksgiving.

JetBlue is resuming its Mint service on existing routes including New York-Grenada, New York-St. Lucia, New York-St Maarten, Boston-Barbados and Boston Aruba.

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