Largest U.S. carrier United Continental recently announced it has expanded various services for its customers booking first and business class flights.
United Continental Holdings Inc., the company which owns United Continental, said that the baggage delivery facilities have now been expanded to 36 markets. The airline had in February this year launched the facility in six markets.
The company further said that it will be offering enhanced services for its premium customers. The Premier Access service to be offered to the customers is aimed at speeding up check-in as well as security checkpoint clearance.
The airline has installed flat-bed business class seats in 87 percent of its international fleet. The airline hopes to complete the installation of flat-bed seats in business class in all its international flights by the end of Q1 2013.
The first reconfigured and retrofitted International 767-300ER was also introduced by United Continental to enhance the customer experience. The airline said that it will continue to improve its services even more and introduce new products that seek to upgrade value and increase profitability.