Corporate Travel Policies May Have Dictated The Removal of First Class Seats

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    American Airlines has opted to drop first class on 47 of its long-haul Boeing 777-200s and instead is installing new lie-flat business seats. The seat count will go from 247 to 289 seats, to be completed in late 2016. "We're responding to what demand is," Casey Norton, an American spokesman, mentioned to Bloomberg. "We've looked at what the demand level is for business and also what we need in the main cabin as well. That's where we think we've hit the sweet spot." The post Corporate Travel Policies May Have Dictated The Removal of First Class Seats appeared first on InsideFlyer.

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