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United First Class

United Airlines is set to invest US $165 million in upgrading its international wide body fleet.

United Airlines is set to invest US $165 million in upgrading its international wide body fleet. The carrier, which now flies from Kuwait to Washington DC, has revealed plans for a new United First Suite, which provides passengers with more privacy, personal space and comfort. The new First Suite is nearly three inches wider than the existing United First Suite and reclines to multiple angles, including a fully flat six-foot by six-inch bed.

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