We have passed the halfway mark in our project to reconfigure our p.s.® Premium Service fleet, which fly between New York (JFK) and both Los Angeles (LAX) and San Francisco (SFO). Eight of our 15 aircraft are now in service with the new two-cabin configuration; four other aircraft are in the reconfiguration process. We expect to reach 100-percent completion by the end of the year.
With their new interiors, personal on-demand entertainment and additional amenities, the revamped Boeing 757-200s are generating great feedback from our customers. Get the specifics on the reconfiguration project.
How to recognize a reconfigured aircraft
There are two main ways to find out if you might be flying on a reconfigured p.s. aircraft:
2. Closer to departure time, you can check the progress chart below and match the aircraft number (dark blue boxes indicate reconfigured aircraft) to the aircraft number shown in the United app on the Flight Status screen on your mobile device, on the Flight Status & Information page on united.com or on information screens at the gate.
p.s. reconfiguration progress by aircraft number