The Wall Street Journal looked into trends in business class flights and highlighted Brooklyn Roasting Company‘s partnership with JetBlue.
“The introduction of the Mint cabin in 2014 gave business travelers a reason to defect from the major airlines to this lower-cost alternative. It comes with 16 6’8” lie-flat seats, including several rows with enclosed “Mint Suites.” Trendiness abounds, with eats from hot spot Saxon & Parole in Manhattan’s East Village, wines from Napa and fresh espresso via Brooklyn Roasting Company. It’s offered on cross-country routes—including one of the newest destinations, Seattle. JetBlue doesn’t have airport lounges, but Mint customers get expedited airport security and checked-bag handling.”