JetBlue has added a new route between Florida and California, and an expanded Mint service between the two states.
The new service connects Orlando International Airport with Los Angeles International Airport, and is set to fly daily beginning January 5, 2017.
Orlando-Los Angeles flights will be serviced on A320 aircraft, offering 108 coach seats with a 34 inch (86cm) pitch, and 42 Even More Space seats with a 38 inch (96cm) pitch.
In addition to the extra leg room, Even More Space seating offers early boarding and fast-track through security in some cities.
JetBlue is also offering two daily Mint services between Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and San Francisco International Airport starting May 15.
An additional once-daily Mint service between Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles will begin March 20.
Mint is JetBlue’s premium class option, offered only on transcontinental services and operated on Airbus A321 aircraft.
The service offers 16 Mint-class seats which can recline fully flat to create an 80 inch (203cm) bed. Four are mini-suites with sliding doors.
Mint flights also offer 143 economy seats, which have a seat pitch of 33 inches (84cm) in the main cabin and 37 inches (94cm) in Even More Space.
All flights are available to book now. Orlando-Los Angeles rates start at $65, and Mint services from Fort Lauderdale start at $399 to San Francisco and $459 to Los Angeles.