United Airlines is working on a lie-flat premium-cabin seat and plans to have the first ones in service on Boeing 737-10s sometime in 2020, United president Scott Kirby said. Speaking to reporters during the International Aviation Forecast Conference in Denver, Kirby said the new seat is something the Chicago-based carrier’s network planners “would love to have” on certain routes out of its Newark and Washington Dulles hubs. This suggests the product could help counter ...

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