CommentsUnited has a large fleet of Airbus narrow-body planes, which forms the backbone of UA's domestic service. The Airbus A320 plane is primarily used for domestic flights of less than 2,500 miles. Often interchanged with the Airbus A319. Overhead monitors are available for in-flight entertainment.
United is altering the seat labeling and numbering of this aircraft as of June 9, 2011 to ensure consistency throughout its fleet as it completes the merger with Continental. On this map is displayed the revised seat numbering.
United prioritizes meal selection preferences based on Mileage Plus frequent flyer membership status in this order: United Global Service, Premier Executive 100K (1K), Premier Executive, Premier, general members and finally non-members. Flight attendants will either take the order based on status by jumping around the cabin, or take orders front to back, notifying lower status passengers that their first choice may not be available before sorting the list in the galley.
The first row of Economy Plus has excellent legroom, so much so that many experienced passengers would rather be in this first row than be in First Class.
EmPower is only installed in First Class, but may not be 100% operational. There are no power ports installed in the Coach cabin.
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