JetBlue has introduced a new standard livery for its aircraft, replacing the white-focused fuselages with an all-blue design.
The New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)-based carrier revealed the new livery in a Twitter video, calling the new design a livery that got “a fresh bold look just like the moves we’ve been making as a travel company”.
In a separate press release, the airline explained that it has always “made big bold moves – and we’re matching those with a big bold update to our iconic liveries, with a blue allover fuselage, refreshed (and refreshing) accent colors, energized tailfin patterns that extend onto the body and belly, and more”.
According to JetBlue, the first aircraft to bear the new livery will be named “A Defining MoMint”. The Airbus A321, registered as N982JB, was delivered to the airline new in August 2017. Flightradar24.com data showed that the A321 was at Macon Middle Georgia Regional Airport (MCN), Georgia, United States (US) between May 29 and June 14, 2023, when it flew back to JFK.
Since then, the aircraft operated a round-trip itinerary to San Francisco International Airport (SFO), with another round-trip journey planned to SFO on June 15, 2023. Following the flight to SFO, however, the Airbus A321 is scheduled to fly to Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport (LAS).
“Look for refreshed versions of our existing patterns to make their runway debuts as the rest of the fleet is repaint-ready,” concluded JetBlue.
Defining MoMint is equipped with 16 Mint suites, a “refreshing take on premium travel, plus a Core experience that’s tech-forward and trek-friendly, and a fully-stocked grab-and-go Pantry,” as described by the airline.
Previously, the aircraft was known as “One Mint, Two Mint, Blue Mint, You Mint”.
In total, JetBlue has 34 Airbus A321s equipped with Mint Suites, while another 28 A321s are configured in an all-economy 200-seat configuration.