Reconfiguration is complete on one of United's Boeing 767-300 aircraft, which will operate on international routes. Previously, this particular aircraft served only domestic and Hawaiian routes. With all new seats, including new flat-bed seats in the United BusinessFirst® cabin, and an upgraded inflight entertainment system throughout the aircraft, the refreshed 767-300 is well-equipped for its new international itineraries.
The 767-300 also includes new winglets for fuel savings. Reconfiguring United’s 767-300s is part of a $550 million investment in fleet-wide on-board improvements that we announced last year. “We are committed to building an unsurpassed travel experience for our customers,” said Jim Compton, United’s executive vice president and chief revenue officer. “The reconfigured 767-300 is just one more example of how we are redefining air travel by providing our customers more choice, greater comfort and a better value.”
Once the project to convert the 767-300s is complete, a total of 14 aircraft will feature enhanced interiors. If you’re curious about the aircraft’s seat map, here are the numbers:
30 United BusinessFirst
49 Economy Plus®
In addition to the improved seating features, United has invested heavily in the onboard experience on our 767-300s. In United BusinessFirst, you’ll enjoy hundreds of movies, TV shows, music and games on a 15.4-inch touchscreen monitor. United Economy features a new 9-inch touchscreen monitor. Additionally, power outlets are available throughout the aircraft.
- Personal, on-demand entertainment on a 15.4-inch touchscreen monitor
- iPod jack enabling you to play audio and video content from your iPod-compatible devices
- Electrical outlets and USB outlets at each seat
- A five-course meal with fine wines
9-inch capacitive touchscreen monitor
More legroom and recline capability than with traditional Economy seats
Access to electrical outlets
If you’re traveling Economy Plus or Economy on long-haul international flights, you’ll be treated to complimentary food, soft drinks, juices, tea and coffee.
The next time you fly on one of our 767-300s, take note of the new seating options and individual, on-demand entertainment.