Jet Blue Adds Flights

There has been a shifting in air service providers to the Caribbean. While American Airlines is reducing their services to certain routes

 

Boston – Caribbean

Travelers in Boston looking for a winter warm up this season will benefit from a new Caribbean Mint route from Logan. On Saturdays between November and April, JetBlue will operate Mint flights between Boston and St. Maarten. St. Maarten is home to world-class resorts and calm waters and also serves as a gateway to nearby St. Bart’s and Anguilla which are two of the top luxury destinations in the Caribbean.

Mint Schedule Between Boston (BOS) and St. Maarten (SXM)
Saturdays Beginning November 4, 2017 – April 2018:
BOS – SXM Flight #77     SXM – BOS Flight #78
7:15 a.m. – 12:32 p.m.     1:57 p.m. – 5:24 p.m.

 

 

  • JetBlue is also adding more premium service on peak travel days between New York-JFK and St. Maarten, a Mint route it first introduced last fall. A second daily roundtrip is being added over the Christmas peak and on the Saturdays before and after Thanksgiving.

Favorite Seasonal Caribbean Mint Routes Return

JetBlue is bringing back many of the same popular Caribbean Mint routes it has previously operated. Seats are on sale now for service between:

 

  • Beginning December 2
  • New York-JFK and St. Maarten
    • Beginning November 4

What is Mint?

 

Why Customers Love Mint

Mint offers a completely rethought design and a more personal approach to service, addressing the needs of the modern traveler. Mint features exceptional hospitality from specially trained crewmembers.

Favorite Mint features include a signature cocktail, a tapas-style menu by New York City restaurant Saxon + Parole, fresh espresso from the first purpose-built cappuccino machine for a U.S. airline, amenity kits by Hayward and Hopper, and dessert from Blue Marble and Milk Bar.

JetBlue is the only U.S. airline to operate regular service with lie-flat seating to multiple Caribbean destinations. Additionally, customers can expect the same Mint experience they love on transcontinental routes, with an added twist: Mint's northbound menus from Caribbean destinations will feature regionally inspired small plates such as ginger-marinated shrimp, jerk pork tenderloin and pan seared flying fish, curated by a local culinary team. Mint customers on these flights will also be treated to a welcome drink featuring rum and island flavors.

Since launching in 2014, Mint has become a favorite way for celebrities, technology executives, creatives, and entrepreneurs to travel across the country. Mint was recognized by Fast Company’s Innovation By Design Awards, which honors innovative and disruptive design that pushes boundaries and seeks to change the world.

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