Which airlines also offer Premium Economy
As a class between economy and business class, some airlines have been offering a new class, Premium Economy, for some time. For a price that is also settled between economy and business class rates, this class usually offers more legroom, somewhat wider seats and, depending on the airline, a somewhat superior service. Not every airline calls this class premium economy, Eurowings calls it simply Best, British Airways calles it World Traveler Plus and KLM Economy Comfort.
AMARO Travel has listed for you which airlines offer this premium economy class, which term it uses to refer to this class, and which seat distance you can expect. The seat distances vary according to the type of aircraft used.
|Airline||Class||Seat distance according to aircraft|
|Air Canada||Premium Economy||96cm–97cm|
|Air China||Premium Economy||91cm|
|Air France||Premium Economy||97cm–102cm|
|Air New Zealand||Pacific Premium||Economy97cm–116cm|
|Air Transat||Club Class||91cm|
|American Airline||Main Cabin Extra||89cm–91cm|
|British Airways||World Traveller Plus||96cm–97cm|
|Cathay Pacific||Premium Economy||96cm–102cm|
|China Airline||Premium Economy||99cm|
|China Southern Airlines||Premium Economy||94cm–102cm|
|Iberia||Clase Turista Premium||94cm|
|LOT Polish Airline||Premium Class||97cm|
|Qantas||International Premium Economy||96cm -106cm|
|Singapore Airlines||Premium Economy||97cm|
|United Airline||Economy Plus||86cm–94cm|
|Vietnam Airlines||Deluxe Economy||97cm–107cm|
|Virgin Atlantic||Premium Economy||96cm|
This list is, of course, not complete and it is quite possible that airlines we have not (yet) listed do offer comparable classes. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us. We will be pleased to help you.