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United Airlines to Upgrade Singapore-Hong Kong Flights with Boeing 747-400

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United Airlines is to replace the Boeing 737-800 aircraft currently used on its Singapore-Hong Kong service, with Boeing 747-400 aircraft, effective 28 October 2012.

With the service enhancement, Uniteds Singapore-Hong Kong service will offer 12 United Global First, 52 United BusinessFirst, 70 Economy Plus and 240 United Economy seats.

 United Global First and United BusinessFirst passengers travelling to Hong Kong and onward to the United States, will be able to enjoy Uniteds international premium travel experience with flat-bed seating and a wide range of premium class services and amenities.

United was one of the first U.S. carriers to introduce 180-degree reclining seats in premium cabins, including Uniteds BusinessFirst flat bed seats, which are 23.5 inch wide and 6 feet 4 inches long, and United Global First seats, which are 31 inches wide and 6 feet 6 inches long.

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