United Airlines is transitioning its long-time Boeing 757 premium service (p.s.) product from New York JFK to Newark Oct. 25. Customers may not notice much of a difference, but behind the scenes there will be some subtle differences in the aircraft operating the routes. By deploying some transatlantic aircraft on cross-country routes, United’s p.s. fleet will now consist of two types of 757-200s with differing seat counts up front, United spokesman Rahsaan Johnson said. But other than ...

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