JetBlue Airways, which has seen its Mint product perform strongly on transcontinental routes, is gearing up for the arrival of more aircraft to expand into new cross-country markets. The New York-based low-cost carrier (LCC) declined to give specific numbers on passenger loads and yields for Mint, the 16-seat premium cabin available on flights connecting New York JFK with Los Angeles and San Francisco. But JetBlue VP-brand and product development Jamie Perry said the product has performed ...

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