United Airlines has unveiled a new, signature seat design focused on customer comfort and environmental responsibility, along with featuring a sophisticated, modern look. The company will deploy the new seats on hundreds of aircraft that fly within the United States, Canada, Central America and the Caribbean.
The airline introduced the new design on Oct. 3 with a Bombardier CRJ700 operated by United Express carrier, SkyWest Airlines. United expects to deploy the new look on its domestic mainline aircraft and on regional aircraft operated by United Express carriers. Ultimately, United plans the new design to be on more than 60,000 seats on more than 500 aircraft, including, United anticipates, approximately 400 aircraft by 2015.
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