Future plane

So it is kinda exactly what I was thinking RJ first class is like low end business class at best on a bigger plane, makes sense, and ai think is the perfect product for this route. No one needs a private room on a two hour flight, but for wealthy vacation, and business flyers it still presents a considerable upgrade to the back half…

I think this plane could connect more small city’s to big city’s and it good for business travelers. It could also reduce the amount of cc needed per flight due to the self serve stations.

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Essentially, United wants to up its premium game… I suppose if they’re able to sell out their existing premium seats, they might as well add more. They announced an increase in premium seats for their 763/319/320 aircraft in addition to the CRJ-550.



It is an interesting plane concept. I think many pepole that are rich enough to fly first-class and don’t have enough money for a private jet will fly on this plane on short-hauls between big cities

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And here it is, United has revealed the first routes to receive the new aircraft:

First Route: Harrisburg (MDT) in Pennsylvania from Chicago O’Hare (ORD) on Oct. 27

This will be followed by 14 more routes From Chicago O’Hare (ORD):

  • Allentown (ABE)
  • Cedar Rapids (CID)
  • Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky (CVG)
  • Columbus (CMH)
  • Des Moines (DSM)
  • Grand Rapids (GRR)
  • Greensboro (GSO)
  • Indianapolis (IND)
  • Madison (MSN)
  • Northwest Arkansas (XNA)
  • Oklahoma City (OKC)
  • Richmond (RIC)
  • St. Louis (STL)
  • Tulsa (TUL)

United plans to begin flying it from its Newark Liberty (EWR) and Washington Dulles (IAD) hubs early next year.


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