WASHINGTON—United Airlines has unveiled a major increase to its premium-cabin inventory that includes introducing reconfigured Bombardier CRJ700s as 50-seat, two-class aircraft that the airline sees as ideal, scope-clause-compliant replacements for its 50-seat regional jets. The Chicago-based carrier is reconfiguring 21 Boeing 767-300s and all of its Airbus narrobodies, adding premium seating throughout. The 767s will have 46 Polaris business-class seats, up from 30. They also will ...


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