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United Airlines Debuts New Seat Design for Domestic, Express Aircraft

United today officially introduced its new signature seat design that will be seen on domestically configured mainline and regional aircraft. A United Express CRJ-700 is the first to sport the new look, which features leather seat covers, double-stitch patterns and a United-branded tag. United will deploy the new seats on more than 500 aircraft that…

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United Modifying CRJ-700 Cabins by Reducing Economy Plus Section

I’m in transit at the moment and only have a couple of minutes to quickly re-post what UA Insider announced today on the forums. United will reconfigure all CRJ-700s by reducing the allocation of Economy Plus seats, a move which will increase overall capacity in the rear cabin to 70 (up from 66). I’ve always…

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Video & Audio: Air France A380 hits Delta Connection CRJ-700 at JFK Airport

Pretty incredible video to share today of an Air France A380 clipping the tail of a Delta Connection Comair Canadair Regional Jet CRJ-700 at New York’s JFK Airport last night. The Air France jumbo, flight 7 bound for Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, was taxiing out to the runway for takeoff when it clipped the…

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American Airlines taking strong control of the Los Angeles market with new service to 10 cities next month

Beginning April 5, 2011, American Airlines is adding the following ten destinations to their route offering from Los Angeles. All are operated by American’s wholly owned regional carrier American Eagle, with the exception of Shanghai, which is an American Flagship Boeing 777. Albuquerque, NM (ABQ – 3 flights daily) Boise, ID (BOI – 2 flights…

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