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JetBlue Adding More Caribbean Mint Flights

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - July 17, 2017

JetBlue Airways is expanding its Mint premium cabin service on Caribbean flights, the carrier announced.

The company is adding second Saturday seasonal roundtrip Mint flights on three different routes: New York-St. Maarten, Boston-St. Maarten and Boston-Aruba.

The New York-St. Maarten additional Mint flights will launch Jan. 13, 2018, while both Boston-Aruba and Boston-St. Maarten will launch Feb. 17.

Mint amenities also include faster check-in, speed through security and early boarding, along with bag priority.

The seats (which even come with their own doors) include 15-inch interactive video screens with up to 100 channels from DirecTV and SirixuSM Radio.

Dining options include everything from sweet treats from Milk Bar to espresso-based drinks from Brooklyn Roasting Company and curated wines.

Flights from both Boston and New York to Aruba will have daily Mint service from Feb. 15-26, the carrier said.

All seasonal Mint routes in the Caribbean operate through April 2018.

JetBlue already operates year-round Mint service between New York and Barbados, along with seasonal Mint service on New York-Grenada, New York-St. Lucia flights as well.

— Caribbean Journal staff

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