If We Can Make it There, We’ll Make it Anywhere! Mamava comes to NYC Airports!

We are so excited to announce our partnership with Seventh Generation to bring Mamava lactation suites to three New York City airports.


You will now find Seventh Generation sponsored Mamava suites in JFK jetBlue T5 (Gate 12), Newark Terminal B (near Gate 60), and LaGuardia Terminal B (Concourse A).


What our partners have to say:


“We are mom’s champion, and this is about choices for her,” said John Moorhead, Associate Brand Manager at Seventh Generation. “Traveling as a pumping mother or trying to find a quiet place to nurse are both real, everyday challenges and this is an exciting solution. Our partnership with Mamava is a good example of our progressive approach, and we are very proud to work with JetBlue and the Port Authority to deliver a great choice for moms to pump with dignity. It’s a win – win and it’s just the beginning.”


“The Port Authority regularly surveys our customers to learn how we can better serve their needs, and we’ve received multiple requests for an area specifically for nursing mothers,” said Port Authority Aviation Director Thomas Bosco. “Our customers are our top priority, and their feedback allows us to make improvements and provide a higher level of service. We appreciate our partnership with private industry to make these nursing areas available to the public.”


“JetBlue is excited to partner with Mamava and Seventh Generation to bring the first private nursing pod to JFK Airport. This lactation suite provides another option for nursing moms who seek more privacy when nursing their little ones while traveling through T5,” said Joanna Geraghty, executive vice president, customer experience, JetBlue Airways. “We currently offer family restrooms at T5, but as a mother, I understand that some moms may like a more private setting when nursing.  These nursing pods add humanity to the travel experience and will be available to all travelers as well as crewmembers. This is just one more option for moms on-the-go."