Wayfarer TV: United ups the luxury ante on New York-London flights

by James Wilkinson

United Airlines is set to operate every flight between Newark (New York) and London Heathrow with its newly reconfigured, business class-dominated Boeing 767-300ER aircraft from September 15.

The Boeing 767-300ER aircraft now have the feeling of a private luxury jet have been reconfigured with 46 United Polaris business seats in the premium cabin and 22 newly debuted United Premium Plus seats.

The jets also feature an Economy Plus cabin with 47 seats that offer extended legroom and an Economy cabin of just 52 seats.

United’s reconfigured B767-300ERs feature 46 Polaris seats

The Star Alliance member carrier is fast becoming one of the world’s leading airlines for business and luxury travellers, thanks to new seats, lounges and routes across the world.

In an exclusive interview, United Airlines’ Director of Premium Services, Alexander Dorow, talks to WAYFARER Host and Editor-In-Chief, James Wilkinson, in Chicago about the new Polaris Lounges across the United States, the new onboard product in Business Class and Premium Plus and much more.

To view the exclusive interview, click on the image below.