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An inside look at JetBlue’s Airbus A321neo on its first commercial flight

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Airlines sometimes give us surprises, and this Monday night, JetBlue gave us a surprise that I was really excited about. It scheduled the brand-new Airbus A321neo on its first commercial flight, two weeks before the plane’s official debut. Naturally, I was excited by the opportunity to get a first-hand look aboard, since JetBlue has been tight-lipped about what it’d look like inside. Aside from promising that the plane would feature a similar interior to the ‘Phase 2’ retrofit program for the… (thepointsguy.com) More...

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damavab
Impressive review. Congratulations Jet Blue and Best Wishes.
nasdisco
Chris B 3
I've flown on I guess the phase 1 version, and recommend it
ruse21
Andre Perez 1
I was very Happy to see the name of David Neeleman on the first A321 neo.
A very nice tribute to the founder of JetBluue.
Happy Landings JetBlue.

,😄🌎
TheDogeof88
Interesting. We're booked on a flight o Paris in the fall on La Compagnie's A321neo. They're an all-business class airline, so their 321neo seats 76 in flat beds in a 2-2 arrangement (pitch 62/76, 26" seat width). I looks forward to seeing what the experience is is like. Their older planes were comfortable enough for the money (about half of business class flights on the major carriers) but this looks like a big improvement.

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