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United Airlines Boeing 777-200 First Cabin - 2011

United Airlines Boeing 777-200 First Cabin - 2011

United Airlines Boeing 777-200 First Cabin - 2011

United Airline's new International Premium Configuration on the Boeing 777-200 had 26 out of 41 aircraft converted when these images were taken aboard an LAX to Denver flight in October, 2011. United Airlines First Class boast 8 lie-flat seats with 78" of pitch and 22" of width in a herringbone configuration. United Business is an unusual cabin with 40 seats 2-4-2 abrest that face each other. This is evocative of British Airways Club World Business Cabin. This configuration enables a generous pitch of 76" and width of 19". The 218 economy seats have 34" and 31" pitch in Economy Plus and Economy Cabins respectively in a 3-3-3 abreast configuration. The IFE system is pretty close to Best-In-Class for a U.S. airline with 9 video channels and up to 19 channels of audio programming.
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