United Introduces First Redesigned 767-300
United Airlines has redesigned its Boeing 767-300 aircraft interiors. The first redesigned aircraft went into international service on June 12 on an evening flight from Chicago to Amsterdam. Among the renovations are a United BusinessFirst cabin with flatbed seats, and upgraded inflight entertainment systems.
The 767-300 is the first of United’s 14 aircraft to undergo the renovations, which reconfigure the aircraft to offer 30 United BusinessFirst, 49 Economy Plus, and 135 Economy seats.
United BusinessFirst seats now have 15.4” touchscreen monitors and electrical and USB outlets, and travelers will receive a five-course meal with wines. United Economy Plus travelers will be able to take advantage of seats with more legroom and recline. Both Economy Plus and Economy seats now offer 9” touchscreen monitors.
The reconfigured 767-300s come as part of United’s $550 million investment in the last year to redesign their aircraft interiors.
(Pictured: United BusinessFirst cabin)