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United's first 777-300ER preparing for its C1 flight in Everett (Photo: Woody's Aeroimages)

United to Add Boeing 777-300ER Flight Schedules This Weekend

United's first Boeing 777-300ER will begin regularly scheduled service in February 2017. The aircraft features United's new onboard Polaris product and seating configuration. With the flight schedules updating tomorrow, United will debut the extended 777 between Newark and San Francisco on a six day per week roundtrip basis. These domestic flights will operate between Feb. 16 and May 4. BONUS: The Doors Are Opening for United's First 777-300ER Furthermore, the carrier expects to begin international service with the new aircraft between…

The Doors Are Opening for United’s First 777-300ER

In hopes of accelerating retirement of their aging Boeing 747-400 aircraft, United has actively been modernizing their widebody fleet. On March 8, 2016, the airline announced a firm order for 10 Boeing 777-300ERs, as well as 27 787 Dreamliners and 35 Airbus A350XWBs. According to the carrier, the 777-300ER will…

American Airlines Outlines Changes to Fleet in 2015

With the merger with US Airways, the "new American is arriving" with a very diverse and sizable combined fleet. Here, we take a look at American Airlines' plans for 2015. American (Mainline) Airbus A319: American will add seven additional A319 aircraft to the fleet this year.  Four will be delivered…