[UPDATE, Oct. 1: In late September, Sabre GetThere made available bookings for United's Economy Plus seating. Users without elite status on the airline have the option to split payment for the product upgrade by charging the added cost to a personal credit card if corporate policies disallow such purchases. Travel managers can decide whether the capability should be activated for their programs.]
Corporate travel programs for several years have struggled with access to American's, Delta's and United's extra legroom coach products. In some cases now, agents can reserve those seats through the . . .