US regional airline CommutAir has begun a widespread programme to update and replace the interiors of its entire fleet of Embraer 145XR 50-seat aircraft with the support of United Airlines.

US regional airline CommutAir has begun a widespread programme to update and replace the interiors of its entire fleet of Embraer 145XR 50-seat aircraft with the support of United Airlines.

“We are excited to be partnering with United on expanding our much-needed service to small communities throughout the country. The cabin refresh is another example of our collaborative efforts to enhance the onboard experience for our customers and invest in our future,” said Rick Hoefling, President & CEO of CommutAir.

The upgraded aircraft will provide a more modernised and comfortable travel experience for customers flying with CommutAir. Once complete, passengers will experience new sidewalls, overhead bins, bulkhead finishes, LED cabin and reading lights, and a completely redesigned lavatory on CommutAir’s entire fleet of ERJ145 aircrafts.

“United is committed to elevating the customer experience for all travellers flying in our small communities,” said Ankit Gupta, United’s Senior Vice President of Domestic Network and United Express. “We’re excited to support CommutAir’s efforts to enhance their fleet of ERJ145 aircraft as they truly complement United’s investments to provide more travellers with the modern amenities that matter most to them.”

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