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London Luxury to supply premium bedding for JetBlue's Mint
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Aug '14
London Luxury- A leading global manufacturer of innovative and premium home goods products, announced, a strategic partnership with JetBlue to supply the U.S. carrier with premium luxury pillows and blankets for JetBlue's premium offering Mint. London Luxury provides the popularly refreshing Mint experience with all the luxurious bedding necessary for the ultimate in flight comfort.

"We are delighted to be infusing luxurious comfort into the Mint experience, and help optimize its coveted refreshment appeal," quipped London Luxury CEO Marc Jason. Mint pillows and blankets are initially available on domestic transatlantic flights between New York JFK and Los Angeles.

"We are glad to expand JetBlue's long-term partnership with London Luxury, who has provided pillows and blankets to our Core customers for a long time. Their high standard of quality and attention to detail helps contribute making the Mint experience all the more exclusive," said Jamie Perry, Product Development Director, JetBlue.

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