I tried out the new JetBlue MintBusinessClass from LA to New York then onward to London, all the way across the Atlantic on a single aisle Airbus A321. On the first flight from LA to New York, We was in a regular JetBlue Mint Suite. The seat was facing from window to inside the cabin. The dining concept was different and We could choose 3 plates and 1 dessert. The food both look and taste phenomenal. JetBlue has a great new product on the US Transcon market.
In New York, there was no lounge available for BusinessClass. We boarded the next flight to London. It was operated by A321LR with auxiliary fuel tank. The pilots explained their narrow body transatlantic operation. On this flight, We paid an extra $299 upgrade to sit in JetBlue MintStudio in row 1. It has extra room with an extra buddy seat and table. We checked out the rest of the JetBlue product in both Core economy and MintBusinessClass. At the end of the flight, We gave the verdict whether the JetBlue mintstudio is worth the extra money.