The ‘egalitarian’ low cost airline JetBlue has unveiled a business class section on its new planes that includes private mini-suites.
In a business class cabin of 16 seats, four are mini-suites featuring sliding doors for privacy and spacious chairs which convert to flat massage beds.
It is the first time the airline has introduced a premium class section onto any of its planes since its launch 13 years ago.
The12 other seats in the private cabin do not have the privacy doors, but do have the lie-flat beds, as well as a 15inch touchscreen television with 100 channels, WiFi and power and USB sockets.
Passengers will get hot meals, alcoholic drinks and toiletries included in the ticket price, which has not yet been revealed.