United Airlines to expand capacity in Indian routes
According to The Hindu Business Line, US Chicago-based United Airlines is set to increase its capacity at Indian destinations such as Mumbai and New
United, which operated in India as Continental Airline before the merger of the two carriers about eight years ago, flies direct to New York from Mumbai and Delhi. The airline is nearly adding 100 seats on the Mumbai-New York route.
United inducted its first 777-300 on this route, which used to be served by an older 777-200 aircraft. The older aircraft had 272 seats while the 777-300 has 366.
“The new airplane has much more real estate. It has the best offering that we have in the business class, which we call the Polaris Business Class. Every business class seat will have aisle access. It also adds 10 more business class seats,” Harvinder Singh, Country Manager, India, United Airlines, told the hindu business line.