JetBlue now offers Mint service on Caribbean routes

From 7 November, 2015, JetBlue will introduce its Mint offering on flights between New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Barbados and Aruba, marking the first new Mint destinations since the service launched in June 2014.The carrier will operate weekly roundtrip Mint flights on Saturdays to Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados (BGI) and Queen Beatrix International Airport in Aruba (AUA) until April 30, 2016. Between December 19, 2015, and January 4, 2016, Mint flights on the route will be offered daily. Additionally, a seasonal weekly Mint service between Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and Barbados launches in March 2016.“Mint continues to wow customers flying across the US, and we expect the same reaction from those travelling to Barbados and Aruba this winter,” remarked Marty St. George, EVP commercial and planning, JetBlue. “By offering Mint to the Caribbean, we are reaffirming our position as the leading airline in the region with a premium experience that no other airline provides.”“Today marks a historic moment for the island of Barbados and our valued partner JetBlue, as we launch the Mint service to Barbados – the first ever regularly scheduled premium service featuring lie-flat seating to the Caribbean from the US market. Barbados’ new Mint service further establishes the island's positioning as a leading luxury product, now with an incredible point of differentiation,” added Petra Roach, US director of BTMI. “We could not be more pleased that JetBlue has invested their belief in our island nation for this truly momentous initiative.”

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