United Airlines to Offer New Non-Stop Service from Boston to London Heathrow

By Kurt Stolz on 19 February 2021
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United’s Polaris business-class seat

United Airlines announced plans to offer new, non-stop service between Boston and London.

The late-night, once-daily service, which will start later this year, will operate using Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.  Flights will depart Boston Logan International Airport at 10 p.m. local time and arrive at London Heathrow Airport 9:35 a.m. Return flights will depart London at 5 p.m. and arrive in Boston at 7:30 p.m.

The Chicago-based airline said it was “thrilled” to offer “a convenient, non-stop option” between Beantown and London.

United’s Boeing 767-300ER aircraft have 46 fully lie-flat seats in the Polaris business-class cabin, 22 recliner seats in the United Premium Plus premium-economy cabin, and 99 seats in coach.  Seats in business class extend into a 77” bed and are 20.6” wide.  The seats in the premium-economy cabin are 19” wide and have a seat pitch of 38”.

The airline said it would announce a start date for the service and put seats on sale in the coming weeks.

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