JetBlue unveiled its new business class seats that will be offered on its transcontinental US flights beginning in 2014.
The new fully-flat bed convertible seats will debut on the airline’s new Airbus A321 aircraft in the second quarter of 2014, on the New York to Los Angeles and New York to San Francisco routes. JetBlue will also offer a completely separate single suite seat with a door that can be closed for more privacy.
The seats will be arranged in a unique 2-1 configuration with rows 1, 3 and 5 offering 2-by-2 seating and rows 2 and 4 offering private suites with one seat on either side of the aisle.
Seat features include air cushions with adjustable firmness, a massage function, a 15-inch widescreen display screen with live entertainment and a unique “wake-me-for-service” indicator if the customer chooses to catch some sleep.
JetBlue plans to have a dedicated sub-fleet of 11 aircraft for use on its two main transcontinental routes.
Watch the short video to see the layout and seating for both cabin classes with JetBlue’s new interior design: