United Airlines’ domestic First Class cabin has got an uplift, and that is a new seat with a host of features. Of United Airlines’ fleet for domestic flights, an A319 has been equipped with new seats, which will be rolled out on other A319s, A320s, B737s and B757s by 2016 end.
The seats pack in a number of features which are equal to United Airlines’ First Class benefits for domestic travelers. The new seats are upholstered with pure leathery covers of United’s signature navy and champagne colors.
Each of the seats in the First Class travel cabin is equipped with a patented-design tray table and a tablet holder. United Airlines has already started renting out Samsung Galaxy tabs on First Class flights to Honolulu and Hawaii. Evidently, the First Class fliers will benefit from inflight tablet holders.
The domestic First Class seats offer greater comfort in the reclining position and come with adjustable headrests. The seats are ergonomically designed to be cozier than the previous ones. Besides, United Airlines’ domestic First Class cabin offers in-seat universal power outlets.
The new First Class seats for United Airlines’ domestic travelers come with two seat-back pockets to provide extra in-seat storage. Besides, there is side stowage for safe keeping of laptops and tablets on board.
Dedicated beverage holders are among the benefits of the new domestic First Class seats. The cocktail tables adjacent to the seats are made of high-quality granite. The new seats are customized integrating innovative features in keeping with the needs of today’s air travelers, according to Tom O’Toole, United Airlines’ Senior VP and CMO.
You can rent Samsung Galaxy Tab S to idle away your time on United Airlines’ flights to Hawaii and Honolulu. The 8.4-in tablets preloaded with content screen movies, television shows, and music. Currently the tablets for personal entertainment are available on Boeing 777s during flights to Honolulu and Hawaii.
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