United to keep 3-class cabins on some wide-body jets

05/31/2011 | Bloomberg

United Airlines plans to buck the industry trend of two-class cabins and continue to offer first-class service on some of its wide-body jets after its completed merger with Continental. "We'll have a good mix of aircraft and we can move those aircraft around," said United CEO Jeff Smisek.

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