|Quoting Wrighbrothers (Reply 6):|
I beleive UA fly the 777's on these domestic routes:
|Quoting Flypdx (Reply 8):|
I thought that most of the hub to hub flying was international 777s. Is this not the case?
|Quoting Tockeyhockey (Reply 10):|
my only flight on a 777 domestic was in F class and the seat configuration was actually 1 - 2 - 1. my wife and i sat "next" to each other in the middle seats, although we could not have touched each other with our arms extended out.
the seats were very luxurious. they basically folded into flat beds, had swing arm ptv's, and there was even a lumbar massage feature.
it was the best domestic flying experience i've ever had.
this was a flight from IAD to DEN back in 2000.
|Quoting UN_B732 (Reply 12):|
Isn't UA933 IAD-LAX always a 3-classer?
|Quoting TBCITDG (Reply 14):|
Is there a reason why US carriers offer a first class product on Domestic routes?
|Quoting DL4EVR (Reply 16):|
When sold as a 3-class aircraft domestically how does the service in J differ from the service in F?
|Quoting N1120A (Reply 17):|
Well, the seat is the obvious thing. I am not sure about how food service goes, but I am betting that F is catered a bit better, especially given that the 3 class aircraft are all travelling between stations with full international catering. On p.s., there is a very clear differentiation, though I think the food service is similar in the 2 forward cabins. http://www.unitedps.com/main.html
|Quoting DL4EVR (Reply 18):|
Yeah, I know about PS. However, there isn't a section on UA's main site that talks about domestic J service (other than PS)