By the Caribbean Journal staff
JetBlue is upping its culinary game in the Caribbean beginning this month.
The New York City-based carrier plans to launch a new fresh food offering on select Caribbean routes, with its EatUp Cafe menu now available on flights longer than four hours from both New York and Boston.
That includes select flights to both the Caribbean and Latin America.
“We are always looking for new ways to push the envelope when it comes to serving food at 35,000 feet,” said Elizabeth Windram, vice president of marketing, JetBlue. “The Latin America and Caribbean regions account for one-third of our flying, so it’s only natural that we bring this fresh food offering to even more JetBlue customers.”
In all, more than two dozen routes to the Caribbean region will include the EatUp menu, which includes everything from a Mediterranean Salad Shaker to a turkey and pepper jack sandwich.