NEW YORK • JetBlue Airways will cut one inch of legroom from its coach seats on transcontinental flights to make room for a new first-class cabin that will feature lie-flat beds.
The New York-based airline unveiled plans Monday for its first premium service on flights between New York and Los Angeles and San Francisco. It’s part of a larger effort by the carrier to attract business travelers, who pay more for last-minute flights.
The new seats will debut on Airbus A321 planes in the second quart...
Share this post
← Back to Utah