U.S. airlines try lie-flat seats on cross-country routes

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    http://www.usatoday.com/story/today...e-flat-seats-on-cross-country-routes/1996997/

    Get ready, business travelers, for lie-flat seats on cross-county flights within the United States.
    Full-flat seats in the business- and first-class cabins have become a must-have perk for big airlines on overseas flights. Now the United States' three big global carriers – American, Delta and United – are adding the posh seats to some of their high-profile transcontinental routes, part of an intensifying competition for premium customers.

    United Airlines Monday unveiled its first domestic aircraft equipped with lie-flat seats in business class. The Boeing 757-200s are part of United's high-end "p.s." service that it offers on all of its flights between its Los Angeles and San Francisco hubs and New York JFK. The initials are short for "Premium Service."


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