United – Introducing Polaris International Business Class

United – Introducing Polaris International Business Class

Eine verbesserte Lounge, speziell
für Kunden der Premium-Kabine Platz zum Lesen,
Arbeiten und Entspannen Kulinarische Angebote vor dem Flug Erstklassiges Buffet
mit warmen und kalten Speisen Ruhebereich mit Chaiselongues Wasserflaschen zum Mitnehmen Eine komplett neue United Polaris
Business-Klasse-Kabine Direkter Zugang zum Gang Maßgefertigte Bettwaren HD-Unterhaltung von Start bis Landung Willkommen an Bord Neue regionale
und saisonale Menükreationen Neues Porzellan mit besonderem Design Starten Sie mit einer Weinauswahl
in den Abend oder genießen Sie am Morgen
einen Bloody Mary oder Mimosa Individuell einstellbare Beleuchtung Eine Selbstbedienungsbar
für Snacks während des Flugs Annehmlichkeiten für perfekten Schlaf Ein großzügiger Schlafplatz
mit bis zu 6’6” Länge Pyjamas und ein kühlendes
Gel-Memoryschaum-Kissen auf Langstreckenflügen Business Klasse neu definiert …
Staunen Sie selbst!

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  1. Why do you repost all of your videos. Watch, I bet they are going to post the interns video again in a few weeks.

  2. I love how you're marketing something that isn't even close to coming market yet. This is light years behind industry standard. Even Delta has a better business class experience.

  3. This looks great! Please roll out quickly to replace the current cramped, no privacy and badly designed businessfirst international cabin…

  4. WOW, The guy sat at 5A with a seat 1K on his boarding pass! After the flight attendant saw his boarding pass with seat 1K on it, said: Thank you, this way please… guided him to 5A ! I am worried about United, are they high?! LOL

  5. I know the new Polaris seats are being rolled out in the next few months, but are all Polaris business and first class seats currently flat beds or only recliners until the new seats?

  6. Just so you know… Those headphones are double jacked.

    Better carry a headphone doctor if you plan to use them on the phone.

    Still, they are pretty good quality, and even the furnishings seem really nice.

    Got to see the cabin in a TCS NY Marathon Expo, and its LIT.

  7. The music used makes you feel like you can afford anything, then you go into United's website and even Economy is to expensive😂

  8. I flew this in January in a once in a lifetime trip to New Zealand and then back home from Sydney. The concept was great and when I landed in Auckland and came home to Boston, it didn't take three days to recover. Thing is, if I had to do it all over again, no way would I ever fly United again. I suppose it could have been a worse experience, but they were too stressed to care whether the customers were comfortable or not. On the way home from Sydney, we were about 4 hours into a 13 hour flight to San Francisco and I had to use the bathroom. The problem was that the pilot kept on hitting turbulence and every 10 minutes kept on turning on the seat belt light even though it felt perfectly fine. Finally, after I waited for the other people to get through using the facilities, I figured it was now or never and got up from my seat. This flight attendant chewed me out for " being disrespectful of the seat belt light on inside the plane. Finally, I told her that if I couldn't use the bathroom, she was going to have a bigger mess to clean up than what she would have had. If she thought for two seconds that I was going to wait the other 8-9 hours until we landed in San Francisco for me to go, then she was delusional. Like I said, it wasn't that I couldn't see there the seat belt light was on, but even though I'm not a pilot and I trust their discretion, I found it hard to believe that there was nothing but turbulence to keep passengers locked in their seats for 13 hours and then get reamed out anyway. I flew in my tour with Qantas and Air New Zealand and the next time I leave North America, it'll be on a foreign based airline. Much friendlier service and more respect than what I got through United.

  9. So what do you do when you are dragged off the airplane?? I will never fly United again. You can't beat the competitors so you beat your customers.

  10. No seat, got beat!
    — United Airlines promise

    Drag better seat, United best.
    — United Airlines

    Children whack a mole, we whack too.
    — United Airlines

  11. A commercial aired of this last night at a TriBeCa film. Everyone in the theater seriously laughed out loud… You are so fucked United.

  12. Looks better than the previous business class. Everything looks great except that the passenger did not wear a helmet.

  13. I would feel really uncomfortable with that flight attendant serving us. Her smile than the cold look she gives is so chilling…yikes

  14. I am so very pleased that United treats its business class so well while it drags off from its flights lower class (economy) passengers. Let's make sure that the rich are coddled (how they deserve it!) and that the middle class are treated like the expendable dogs that they are. Thank you United!

  15. If you have a bigger body frame do you not choose the inside Polaris seat choose the outside I'll see it gets very difficult to get in and out of the seat closer to the windows or choose the aisle

  16. I want to fly United now. But I don't want flight attendants asking me to sit in my seat while I move to economy. This happened to one of my friends. That's strange because the crew should have their own rest areas.

  17. I flew the brand new Polaris NRT to SFO flirt 838 for 9 hours and I say those hours went by very quick, it was comfortable and of course ate a lot lol.

  18. Now in 2018, it seems United is already killing the product.

    They haven't retrofitted 787 or 777 200 aircraft, and they aren't as attentive as they are made out to be.

    United: reminder. Be you. Stop copying others.

  19. The realism is unbelievable. How come this kind of animation technology isn't available to Pixar and dreamworks?

  20. Flew Polaris from Newark to Tel Aviv. In the flat position, your feet have to fit in a space that doesn't allow you to turn, or move your legs, even with shoes off. It's like trying to fit into a tight coffin. The designers did not allow for people who weigh more than a thin 12-year-old. I'd be more than willing to give up some storage space or take the seats out of the herringbone configuration so my feet and legs would have more freedom.

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