Everyone flying on JetBlue receives complimentary snacks such as Doritos, Terra Blues chips, Popcorn chips, Animal crackers and more. JetBlue meals are available to economy class customers on transcontinental routes and include fresh food options. Complimentary non-alcoholic drinks from Coke, Seagrams and Ocean Spray as well as complimentary coffee and tea from Dunkin Donuts are also served. Beers, spirits and wines can be purchased in economy and range from USD$6.00-9.00.

On all flights over two hours passengers can also purchase snack boxes such as the Beef Up, Shape Up, Power Up, Cheer Up. The cost of these snack boxes is $5.99.

For further information on the Jetblue inflight snacks go here.


Passengers can purchase items such as: Kale Salad, Cheese Plate, Sirloin Sandwich, Soba and Korean Salad, Chobani Yoghurt on flights to below destinations.

New York (JFK) and the Los Angeles area (Los Angeles, Long Beach and Burbank), the San Francisco (San Francisco, Sacramento, Oakland and San Jose) area, Phoenix and Reno/Tahoe. Boston and the Los Angeles area, the San Francisco area and Phoenix. Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles, San Francisco and Lima, Peru.

For nutritional information on the above meals check here.


The new business class cabin includes meals in the ticket price and the airline wants you to dine like a New Yorker. JetBlue have partnered with Saxon + Parole to create a range of small plates menus accompanied by a wine service, departure drinks and other complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.



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Nik travels over 180,000km each year in search of the latest inflight meal options that are gracing the skies. He trains airline staff on inflight technology, sales training, teaches staff to serve, sell and generally make the inflight experience better for all of us! He's also a freelance writer covering inflight meal trends and has written for CNN and has a regular column in leading industry magazines.