United’s seating options vary according to aircraft and cabin class: Economy, Economy Plus, United Business and United First.
Your Flight Centre travel agent will reserve your seats upon booking, so it’s one less hassle for you. You may select your seat in advance by checking in online or at the airport through a United representative or a convenient kiosk.
The pinnacle of luxury air travel, United First features private cabins with seats that turn to flat beds and direct aisle access. The à la carte menu allows guests to dine when they wish, and the latest entertainment is featured on-demand. Passengers aboard United First have access to its private airport lounges wherever available.
The business traveller can work or relax, with power ports in every seat, or on-demand audio and video entertainment. On long-haul flights, seats are configured solo or in pairs and recline to a flat bed. Lounge access and priority baggage check-in and handling are among other advantages United First and United Business offer.
Both cabins offer menus in international flights designed by a top chef and master sommelier.
For passengers seeking additional comfort, like up to five inches more legroom, United Airlines Economy Plus is an upgrade available by booking online or at the airport.