As a result of "high demand for the carrier's acclaimed first class service," Continental Airlines announced that it will double the number of first-class seats offered on its 757-300s. "We are seeing a significant increase in demand for our first class product, a result of our competitive fares as well as our complimentary upgrade program for OnePass members," Chairman and CEO Larry Kellner said. "We are expanding our 757-300 fleet from nine to 17 aircraft, and we're going to offer a ...

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