United Airlines introduces new business class seats
Business class passengers that fly United Airlines are in for a treat. The US-based airline has recently announced they will be flying their newly reconfigured Boeing 767-300ER aircraft on long haul flights from Newark to Heathrow.
The new business class is known as United Polaris Business which will have more seats than any other US airline featuring 46 business class seats in one cabin.
So what makes this new upgrade extra special? For starters, each seat has aisle access, and measures 23 inches with a pitch of 75-78 inches, giving each passenger plenty of leg room to travel comfortably. Adding on to its comfort, business class passengers will be enjoying a mattress pad, blanket, slipper, as well as a blue gel pillow. All toiletries and bedding will come from Saks Fifth Avenue.
There will be a new premium plus cabin added behind business class. The new premium plus cabin with feature 22 seats where passengers will enjoy similar perks as business passengers, such as spacious seats, special dining options, and complimentary checked bags.
But what about Economy class? Unfortunately not much will be changing for those stuck at the other end of the plane. As seen in some aircrafts, Economy will be located behind business class with 56 seats in total.