United Airlines reconfigured Boeing 767-300 aircraft starts international service
United Airlines recently deployed its newly reconfigured Boeing 737-300 aircraft into international service. The aircraft was launched on Chicago-Amsterdam route.
The airline in a statement said that the aircraft is the first of 14 to get the new interior. The new aircraft is offering 30 seats in First Class (United BusinessFirst), 49 seats in Premium Economy (Economy Plus) and 135 seats in Economy Class.
Providing details about the new interiors, the airline said that the United BusinessFirst cabin is equipped with flat-bed seats. Apart from this, the cabin also offers a 15.4 inch touchscreen monitor delivering on-demand inflight audio/video content, electrical and USB outlets for charging electronic devices, an iPod jack enabling customers to play content from their iPod-compatible devices and a five-course meal with fine wines.
Passengers booking premium economy flights will be able to enjoy more legroom and more recline than Economy seats. The seats in Economy Plus and Economy also feature a 9 inch touchscreen on-demand, inflight entertainment system. Customers are also offered complimentary food, soft drinks, juices, tea and coffee when taking long-haul international flights in Economy Plus and Economy class.