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American Business Class vs. United First Class to China

American Business Class vs. United First Class to China

  1. Anonymous

    I have to travel to China from the US soon and am trying to decide between American’s Business class or United’s First class for about the same money. I swore off United for log haul flights about 4 years ago, but the money being almost the same has me wondering. Any suggestions on which one is better?

  2. MidSouthSkier

    First is pretty much always going to be better than Business. Ben has not yet reviewed Polaris First but [URL=’http://liveandletsfly.boardingarea.com/2017/01/26/united-polaris-first-review/’]Matthew has on Live and Let’s Fly[/URL]. Since the cost is not that different I’d go with UA, personally.

  3. David W

    United’s Polaris soft product seems to be fantastic, though they are making some cuts to some of the amenities. If you can route thru ORD for their Polaris Lounge, that’d be fantastic!

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