Chicago-based United Airlines will transition Boston-San Francisco flights to “premium transcontinental” service from July 1, offering 28 lie-flat business-class seats on each flight between the cities. United’s Boston-San Francisco flights will be operated with a mix of Boeing 757s and 777s. The route joins New York Newark-San Francisco and Newark-Los Angeles as United transcontinental routes featuring lie-flat business-class seats. In addition, United said ...

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