As countries, businesses, and travel emerges from the global pandemic, airlines are slowly starting to re-instate flight routes previously operated, as well as find new opportunities to help people reconnect, whether for business or leisure.
United Airlines is one of the carriers determined to ensure that the UK and North America remain close and that travel between the USA and London is both effortless and comfortable. To this end, they have now launched a daily service direct from London to Boston, Massachusetts with their newly refurbished Boeing 767-300. Sporting 46 brand new United Polaris Business Class seats, business class passengers can experience one of the reasons United Airlines has been recognised as having the ‘Best Business Class Seat’ in North America.
Visitors to Boston will find a vibrant city with a rich history and lively waterfront. Also a gateway for visitors to Harvard University, the area is often regarded as one of the more picturesque in the country. A plethora of activities such as exploring the Freedom Trail or experiencing a Boston Red Sox baseball game keep the city in constant high demand with domestic and international tourists alike, while others pair the city with a few nights in New York for the ultimate US twin-city holiday.
Renovated Polaris business class lounges and innovative seats converting into fully flat beds are just the beginning with United Airlines new Polaris Business Class. With the cabin in a staggered 1-2-1 configuration giving every seat direct aisle access even when reclined into a 6’6″ fully flat bed, privacy is paramount with suite-like seat wrappings, electronic dividers, and a ‘Do Not Disturb’ option to prevent disruptions.
Onboard dining is an experience in United Polaris Business Class, offering exclusive dinnerware and stemware designed specifically for the airline. A chef-curated menu creates a dining experience featuring seasonal and regional specialties based on the route with an extensive wine list, a wide selection of sweet treats, and United’s signature ice cream sundae to finish. This is restaurant quality dining at 35,000 feet.
With currently 22 daily flights from Heathrow to the United States, United Airlines is making trips across the ‘pond’ easier than ever!