Some U.S. carriers add high-end interiors, amenities

05/20/2013 | FoxNews.com

American Airlines is stepping up to the plate with its new Boeing 777-300ER, while United has debuted upgraded Boeing 757-200 jets and Delta will make over some 767 and 757 planes. The aircraft feature upscale interiors and fold-flat beds. American Airlines' 777-300ER boasts a top-quality in-flight entertainment system, business-class seats and food, writes George Hobica.

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