How United Airlines Is Rethinking Business Class Seat Design

How United Airlines Is Rethinking Business Class Seat Design

The new concept fits more travelers into the cabin without sacrificing space or privacy

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 1 august 2016

The problem with flying business class is twofold. Firstly, ticket markups can break the bank for non-frequent flyers, and secondly, there aren’t innumerable benefits given the sums being dished out to fly. Looking to remedy these common frustrations, United Airlines’ new Polaris business class seating arrangement thinks its found a compromise between passenger comfort and seating capacity.

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