United Airlines to Introduce 777-300ER and Polaris Business Seat on New Routes

By Paul Riegler on 3 July 2017
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IMG_4681United Airlines said Monday it is putting brand new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft into service on several existing routes. The aircraft are equipped with the airline’s new United Polaris business-class cabin and seats in addition to other amenities.

The planes will make their appearance on three routes, namely San Francisco-Beijing, San Francisco-Frankfurt, and New York/Newark-Tokyo Narita starting September 6, October 5, and October 28, respectively.

The first 777-300ER entered service in United’s fleet in February of this year, operating on the San Francisco-Hong Kong route where it replaced a Boeing 747 jumbo jet.

The Polaris cabin features the airline’s new fully lie-flat business-class seats with direct-aisle access as well as Polaris amenities such as Saks Fifth Avenue pillows and blankets and a brand-new Polaris menu.

United expects to deploy 14 777-300ERS in 2017.

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