United Airlines recently announced the launch of its upgraded PS ‘premium service’ flights that will now connect the east coast of the United States with the country’s west coast.
The airline in a statement said that its revamped business class flights would be shuttling the business fliers between New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
According to United Airlines, the Boeing 757 aircrafts have been revamped and new lie-flat business class seats have been installed. The airline has replaced the worn-out old recliners with the new lie-flat seats in the business class cabins on its Boeing fleet.
Media reports said that United Airlines has rolled out the same BusinessFirst seat on similar lines of Continental’s international-grade Boeing 757 aircrafts.
During the present overhaul of its Boeing 757s the airline has finally dropped the first class from its PS flights. The airline has also for the first time introduced PS economy class on these routes.