JetBlue Mint Gets the Casey Neistat Treatment

Nov 12, 2017

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Over the last few years, JetBlue’s business class product known as Mint has steadily grown in popularity. TPG was on one of the first Mint-ed flights and hasn’t stopped raving about it since. Other TPG contributors have enjoyed their experience in what’s known to be a very affordable and comfortable way to fly across the country.

Now, JetBlue can say that YouTube star Casey Neistat is a fan of Mint, too. Neistat made a name for himself after creating numerous viral videos and movies about his life. Some of the most popular videos have covered his adventures in Lufthansa First Class and Emirates First.  

While Mint might not be as amazing as an international first class product, Neistat still seemed to have a “great flight” from San Francisco (SFO) to New York (JFK). He enjoyed its quirky food selection and dessert from Milk Bar and had a similar observation to TPG — that the evenly numbered seats are a way better option since you get a full suite to yourself. Neistat also questioned why the individual seats were the same price as two next to each other.

JetBlue recently launched Mint flights from New York to Las Vegas (LAS) and January will mark the beginning of Mint on the Boston (BOS) to Vegas route. JetBlue also flies Mint from the Northeast to five Caribbean islands.

Featured image by Casey Neistat/YouTube.

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