The Airbus A321 (321) Transcontinental is the newest member of the JetBlue fleet. The fuselage has been made longer in comparison to JetBlue's popular A320, allowing for the accommodation of additional passengers.
This aircraft is the first to offer flat-bed seating and suites in the U.S. Domestic Business Class market. There are 16 seats in the JetBlue Mint Business Class, all of which are flat beds, and 4 of which are private suites. Each suite offers a closing door and is a first in the domestic U.S. market. There are 143 seats in the core JetBlue Experience.
This configuration will fly primarily between New York to Los Angeles and New York to San Francisco. This aircraft also features JetBlue's refreshed onboard experience with brand-new entertainment systems offering up to 100 channels of DirecTV programming.
JetBlue offers passengers the ability to upgrade to “Even More Space” seating from Coach seating. In addition to providing an extra 4-8 inches in seat pitch, JetBlue’s “Even More Space” provides passengers with early boarding privileges, early access to overhead bins, and a fast track through security (only available in select cities). These seats are located throughout the Economy cabin. “Even More Space” pricing varies by route length. These seats can be purchased from JetBlue directly at the time of booking or at check-in.