United Airlines have just recent renovated their
First and Business class cabins on their
flat beds, along with an upgraded in-flight entertainment system.
The United Airlines Media release can be read
United Airlines’ Premier classes combine style with ultimate
Travel to the
is now a premium experience with United’s multi-million dollar upgrade to First
and Business Class now flying on the trans-Pacific route.
The First and Business Class new lie-flat seats are almost two
metres in length and recline to 180º. An ottoman has been included to provide
additional storage for a laptop or other personal items and First Class has the
added extra of four-way lumbar support and a six-way adjustable headrest.
Additionally, premium customers can now enjoy more than 150 hours
of TV and movie programs on a massive 15.4 inch personal television, as well as
20 channels of stored audio through their noise-cancelling headphones. A USB
port can be used to charge personal electronic devices, and iPod/iPhone
connectivity enables customers to play their own music and videos on the
Chicago-based, award-wining restaurant owner and master chef,
Charlie Trotter, has successfully collaborated with United to create the new
premium class menu and customers can also enjoy a choice of wine recommended by
master sommelier and Master of Wine, Doug Frost.
“Travel to the
on the new United aircraft will become a much more enjoyable and comfortable
experience,” said Alison Espley, General Manager, United Airlines
over long flights, as passengers can arrive relaxed, refreshed and ready to
take on the world.”
Those passengers travelling Economy class will also experience new
ergonomic seating, the latest digitally-fed video and restroom improvements,
among other cabin enhancements.
More information about these
seats -and the International Premium Travel Experience – is available at www.suitedreams.united.com