JetBlue allows your clients to fly like a high roller, whatever their budget  

JetBlue transatlantic flights
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You’re going to expect a lot from an airline that promises your customers can ‘fly like a high roller without spending like one’, right? Well, JetBlue is confident that it more than delivers on that promise on its transatlantic flights from the UK to New York and Boston.

With airfares in Core starting from just £269, including check-in bags, you might think the frills would be few and far between, but not so with JetBlue. Its A321 planes offer the roomiest seats of any US airline, free snacks from an onboard pantry, plus a free hot meal, complimentary beer and wine, and a pre-arrival light bite.

Not only that, every passenger gets free access to high-speed wifi, so they can surf and stream from take-off to landing. 

There’s a full seat-back entertainment system onboard JetBlue, which offers a selection of movies – including the latest blockbusters – as well as a choice of live TV channels. If your clients forgot to bring their own earphones, no problem, they will get them onboard.

All JetBlue transatlantic flights are operated by its A321neo aircraft, with 114 core seats and 24 Mint suites, which means more personalised service and less hassle getting on and off.

Is there a premium service on JetBlue transatlantic flights?

Indeed there is. Upgrade to Mint on JetBlue transatlantic flights and your clients will get their own suite with a lie-flat seat built with bedding specialist Tuft & Needle’s foam cushions and pillows, customisable blanket and comfy slippers. 

Every Mint Suite offers aisle access, a sliding door for privacy, a 17-inch TV, power and wireless charging, oodles of clever storage, and customisable lighting.

JetBlue also provides ‘snooze kits’ designed by Tuft & Needle, wellness kits from Wanderfuel, and a whole host of other travel essentials that your clients won’t realise they need until they do, such as stain remover kits.

Mint fares start at £1,699 including tax and check-in bags.

Dial it up a little higher and your clients can hop across the pond in one of JetBlue’s two Mint Studios, which are fitted out with all the bells and whistles of the airline’s newest Mint suites but with a 22-inch TV, a mirrored vanity, even more storage and a guest suite seat for a fellow Mint traveller, plus a table.

What’s the food like on JetBlue transatlantic flights?

JetBlue has partnered with farm-to-table, vegetable-forward New York restaurateur Dig. to offer passengers a unique in-flight dining experience. By simply tapping their seatback screens they can build a combo of mains and sides from a rotating menu of seasonal hot and chilled ingredients, some of which are sourced from minority and women-run local farms. 

All passengers aged 21 and over can enjoy free beer, wine and spirits, while all passengers are offered complimentary non-alcoholic drinks such as Pepsi, juices, teas and Dunkin coffee.

In Mint, JetBlue has partnered with Delicious Hospitality Group to bring flavours from Manhattan hotspots Pasquale Jones and Charlie Bird, plus music from Legacy Records on board. Guests are presented with a choice of small plates for both their main and pre-arrival meals, and dessert, plus a custom playlist – so they’ll feel like they’re dining in NYC’s SoHO while at 38,000 feet.

JetBlue flies twice daily between London Heathrow T2 and New York JFK and daily to Boston. In addition JetBlue operates daily flights from London Gatwick North Terminal to New York and Boston. The airline, established 23 years ago, has a UK-based sales team and an agent hub. For more information, go to

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