JetBlue Airways plans to launch premium service next year called Mint. The premium cabin will feature lie-flat seats and a tapas menu, as well as amenity kits for travelers. "The reason we're doing this is our travelers were migrating over to American, over to United, over to Delta, over to Virgin America -- [airlines] who had a premium cabin experience," said CEO Dave Barger.
JetBlue to introduce Mint premium service in 2014
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