United Airlines to Introduce ‘Premium Plus’ International Premium Economy Cabin

By Anna Breuer on 18 January 2018
  • Share

DSC_0295United Airlines said Thursday it plans to add a true premium economy offering to its international fleet.

The airline announced the news via a memo to employees, promising “more space, comfort, and amenities.”

While United did not go into specifics, it did say that meals will be served on china, passengers will be provided complimentary alcoholic beverages and receive a Saks Fifth Avenue blanket, pillow, and amenity kit.

American Airlines was the first of the three major U.S. international carriers to announce a true premium economy section, this back in 2015, and Delta has introduced premium economy on its A350 aircraft.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

Accura News

Read previous post:
American to Begin New Flights from Philadelphia, Chicago, Charlotte, Dallas

American Airlines announced that it plans to launch new service from four major hubs on June 7. American will launch...

Close