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United Airlines is back at John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK), now operating direct service to the airline’s West Coast hubs – Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO) from New York City. The airline will use its Boeing 767-300ER aircraft which features 46 business class all-aisle-access seating, and 22 United Premium Plus® seats.
The airline operates the most premium seats between the New York City area and Los Angeles and San Francisco combined.
United is currently flying one round-trip flight, five days a week to each West Coast airport, with plans to double the number of flights as demand grows. The carrier is back at JFK following a five-year hiatus and now offers service from all three major airports in the New York City area.
United’s premium cabin features flat-bed seats on all flights similar to the current Newark–Los Angeles and Newark–San Francisco offerings, providing a consistent and comprehensive NYC-West Coast product. This includes the signature cooling gel pillow along with the Saks Fifth Avenue day blanket and pillow. The routes offer seasonal menus crafted by renowned chefs and distinctive amenities. This includes both travelers in United Business and United Premium Plus sections who enjoy a complimentary hot entrée, mixed nuts, salad and dessert, as well as complimentary alcoholic beverages. The Economy Plus® and Economy sections feature the United all-in-one snack bag as well as the airline’s buy on board program, which returns on April 12. Eligible customers will have access to the United ClubSM location at either LAX or SFO.
United’s operations at JFK’s Terminal 7 will provide seamless access for customers. The lobby area offers self-service kiosks, along with eight podiums which are conveniently located steps away from the TSA check point. Just a short walk from security screening, travelers will find the United-operated gates. Customers will also benefit from easy connections to more than a dozen Star Alliance partners at JFK, including access to 15 destinations in 14 countries as of March 2021.