In just a few months one of the largest beds in the sky will debut in the JetBlue A321neos which will fly from Boston and New York to London.
JetBlue is calling the offering a Mint Studio. Each will be at the front of its newest planes. The two mini rooms will include a comfy seat that turns into a bed, fully flat. Each Mint Studio mini room will also include a sofa that folds down—combined with the bed space from the chair makes the largest bed in the sky. All of this sits behind a privacy door. The 22 Mint Suites behind these two luxury offerings are same minus the sofa.
Many believe this will be the next wave of business class air travel.
If JetBlue stays true to its pricing philosophy this air suites will be within reach of many travelers and not just the well to do.
And it isn’t just the comfy furniture, but each suite comes with wireless charging and multiple power points. The spaces are designed to allow fliers to continue to use their digital devices while relaxing, eating or working.