United Departing JFK – For Good

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    United Airlines announced today that it will end all flights from New York’s JFK Airport, and relocate its premium transcontinental p.s.® flights to its Newark International hub. According to United, “beginning October 25, all regularly scheduled Newark–Los Angeles and Newark–San Francisco flights will offer: flat-bed seats in the United BusinessFirst cabin; premium in-flight service; more extra-legroom Economy Plus seats than any other carrier; and modern interiors with in-flight Wi-Fi and personal on-demand entertainment with individual seatback monitors and power ports for customers in every row.” To support the expanded services, United will reallocate a number of 757s from trans-Atlantic markets and replace that flying with 767s. Further, as part of the drawdown of services at JFK, United has reached an agreement with Delta Air Lines… The post United Departing JFK – For Good appeared first on MJ on Travel.

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