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JetBlue is taking the sting out of the end of summer by introducing new menu items for passengers flying on its flights this fall.
There will be new additions to enjoy on the food and drink menus in both Core and Mint whether you’re flying domestically or on one of JetBlue’s transatlantic flights.
Here’s what you need to know.
JetBlue’s Fall Menu Updates
JetBlue likes to keep it original when it comes to its buy-on-board options and the new items coming this fall to its economy class are true to form.
Passengers flying in Core (the name JetBlue uses for its economy cabin) will soon be able to enjoy a new craft cocktail by Craftmix.
The Strawberry Mule mixer can be combined with whichever liquor a passenger prefers. Or, it can also be mixed with sparkling water and enjoyed as a non-alcoholic “mocktail.”
There are some exciting new food options coming to passengers flying on the airline’s long-haul routes to and from London, Paris, and from August 29, 2023, Amsterdam.
New dinner dishes by DIG include chicken harissa with couscous, maple glazed tofu with butternut farro, and mango sorbet.
And on early morning flights, passengers will get to choose from new options such as cheddar eggs with tomato ragu, sweet potato pancakes, or french toast with coconut yogurt.
Passengers flying in JetBlue’s lauded Mint cabin will also have some new options to look forward to.
On transatlantic afternoon and evening flights, new options will include baby lettuce salad with Bosc pears and pecorino; cavatelli with eggplant rose sauce; and chicken paillard with roasted tomatoes, arugula, and parmesan cheese.
On morning flights, passengers will be able to start the day with tasty meals like salted yogurt with pumpkin seed granola and golden raisins or smoked salmon with crème fraiche, pickled red onions, capers, and bagel crostini.
If you’re a frequent flyer, airline food can quickly become monotonous. Unless, of course, your preferred airline is JetBlue, which likes to keep its passengers’ taste buds tingling with new meals and beverage options. Come this fall, JetBlue passengers will have yet another new round of options to look forward to.
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