Airlines adding regional jets with luxury features

 

According to the Associated Press, airlines are currently rushing to add new regional jets with first class seats and roomier cabins. Northwest Airlines Corp. is adding 72 new 76-seat jets through next year, Delta Air Lines Inc. plans to fly 77 dual-class regional jets by the end of 2008, and United regional partners now fly about 115 70-seat jets with coach, first-class and an Economy Plus seat with extra legroom.

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