Airline curtains make a comeback

06/17/2009 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

More airlines are adding privacy curtains between coach class and premium cabins, a practice that fell out of favor in the wake of 9/11. American Airlines is re-hanging curtains in its planes in response to requests from first-class passengers, and United Airlines did the same several years ago. The newer curtains are made of a see-through mesh to comply with federal security requirements.

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