United Airlines this week introduced 70-seat CRJ700s and Embraer 170s, which are configured with United First and Economy Plus cabins, to eight of its United Express markets. The new fleet, which replaces 50-seat United Express aircraft, is a "direct response to customer demand," United said. From June 7, United Express began to operate the new RJs between Chicago O'Hare and White Plains, Columbia, Portland, Montreal and Ottawa. They also were introduced on flights between Washington ...

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