There are 55 A319s in the United fleet with another 23 on order. These planes have a total seating capacity of 120 passengers in a three class configuration. They are used for domestic short haul and transcontinental flights.
The A319 is a shortened, minimum change version of the A320. With virtually same fuel capacity as the as A320-200, and fewer passengers, the range with 124 passengers in 2-class configuration extends to 3,900 nautical miles (7200 km), the highest in its class. The A320 and A319 are the most popular variants of the A320 family.
ECONOMY PLUS offers premium seating with up to 5 more inches of legroom at the front of the Economy cabins. Rest or work comfortably, stretch out your legs and enjoy a quick de-boarding with Economy Plus, available throughout the fleet. Economy Plus is available on a first come, first serve basis to United’s best customers (Mileage Plus® Elite members (Premier®, Premier Executive®, 1K®,Qualifying United Economy® customers (Y, B, M, E and U fares, United Global ServicesSM members, and Star Alliance® Gold and Silver members) Customers may also relax with extra legroom by purchasing Economy Plus at check-in or purchasing Economy Plus Access. United is the only major US airline to offer premium economy seating throughout its mainline fleet. Economy Plus is available on all United and TedSM flights, as well as explusSM United Express jets.
United FIRST Class passengers travelling within the States have audio entertainment facilities with complimentary headsets on all flights, movies on flights over 3 hours (except B737s) and comfy seating. The p.s. SM Premium transcontinental service offered on flights between New York (JFK) and Los Angeles or San Francisco offers lie-flat seats and individual, hand-held DVD players with 10 entertainment choices. International amenities include United First seats on B767-300s which offer power ports, individual phones, noise-reducing headphones and an individual audio/video system. 180º recline is available in the United First Suite on B747s and B777s along with a personal video screen, phone and power port.
United ECONOMY passengers on domestic flights have access to the Verizon Airfone service, can watch a complimentary movie on flights over 3 hours or watch a short subject video programming on flights of ninety minutes or longer (except B737s) and enjoy audio entertainment with complimentary headsets. On p.s.SM Premium transcontinental flights between New York (JFK) and Los Angeles or San Francisco, passengers are offered all Economy Plus seating. International amenities include complimentary video and audio on all flights and seat back video screens on all international three-cabin 767-300 and 777 aircraft.
The p.s.SM SERVICE features a newly reconfigured aircraft with three classes of service, more space and a premium onboard experience. All classes of service feature laptop power and phone access from every seat. In addition, no power adapters are needed for laptops. Business Class passengers can relax in spacious, comfortable leather seats and watch telly on an individual handheld DVD player with 10 entertainment choices and noise-reduction headsets.
United offers in-seat power when you fly United First or United Business on B767-300s, B747-400s and B777s. Select B757 and A320 aircraft have in-seat power in United First. On transcontinental p.s.SM aircrafts, all classes of service feature laptop power access from every seat with no power adaptors required.
”Verizon Airfone” is available on all United aircraft. You can use an Airfone to check or send email by plugging your laptop’s phone cord into the base of the Airfone handset (RJ-11 jack). Connection speed is 9600 bps. Additional information may be found in our in-flight magazine, Hemispheres.
United has five families of aircraft: B737-300/500, B747-400, B757/767, B777 and Airbus 319/320. United has one of the world’s youngest and most efficient operating fleets, with an average age of 8.0 years and is now the only major U.S. carrier with entertainment systems on all of its aircraft and has one of the highest percentages (62 percent) of video-equipped aircraft.
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24 Helpful votes
Upgraded to first class on the return flight. This time a daytime flight for the family of four (2A-E). This was a legacy United crew but they had the new Continental "can do" attitude that is improving this airline slowly. Service was outstanding and the crew made sure the kids were happy. Food was decent and the drinks were offered numerous times. Overall a very good flight. Baggage claim at Newark was lightning fast - the bags beat us out of the plane as we were "priority" status. I would fly again.
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10 Helpful votes
I am appalled that in addition to the $60 baggage fee, your airline had the nerve to gouge passengers for snacks.
Get smart and start charging your passengers who hold everyone else up by bringing baggage on-board. Perhaps if you engage in this practice you'll have enough revenue in order not to charge for checked baggage and snacks.
Not one passenger in the area of my seat purchased a snack....wake up and start respecting your passengers.
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20 Helpful votes
Plenty of legroom with this seat. United does, however, need to invest some money in updating their seats for comfort, as well as upgrading amenities. There was no television or food on this (almost) 6 hour flight. Final leg of my trip was a 3.5 hr. Flight from Sydney to Christchurch, and Air New Zealand had not only individual television for each seat, but dinner! My question is...."why, United?".....
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1 Helpful votes
This was the first time for me to fly on an Airbus with this configuration. The aisle was almost impassible for me. I had to walk down the aisle sideways to get to my seat. The headroom was nice. The plane just felt small in comparision to the B737 line of planes. I will try to avoid in the future is possible
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17 Helpful votes
Bulk head is roomy, space extends to under first class seats. Flight attendants were very personable. Plane is old and only shows one movie, did have Wifi for purchase. My family of three had A to C and it was average for roominess.
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17 Helpful votes
The seat was fine and right behind the exit row. Family took up four seats in the row (A-D) and no problems were experienced. Enjoyed the flight with a movie and it was on time with no concerns.
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18 Helpful votes
Economy Plus - After a red-eye from SFO-ORD on a 757, I took the 319 from ORD-YYZ, again, not clearing the upgrade list for Premier members. Yet, the consolation was a rather comfortable sleep on Economy Plus
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23 Helpful votes
I paid for the upgrade to Economy Plus. While the service is the same (read: non-existent), the emergency exit seat is very comfortable. As I am quite tall, it was well worth the expense.
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0 Helpful votes
The only good thing about the plane on this flight was that no one occupied the two seats next to me, so I was able to move to the middle seat and stretch out.
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2 Helpful votes
Plenty of leg room no tv but free wifi moves good meal great attendants.
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