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  1. Anonymous

    Would it be better to book a business class award with the hope of upgrading to first apartments on the A380 out of JFK or book a guaranteed first suites award on the B787 out of IAD? Is there a huge difference between A380 and B787 First Class?

  2. Gaurav

    The difference is massive between the A380 and the 787. AA does not charge a change fee as long as you keep the origin and destination the same/upgrading your award so I would book the award you would be okay flying and then just change if you see availability.

  3. No Name

    As Gaurav said very large difference. EY787 F is a good and solid F product, but not even close to the EY A380.




    See the difference Cal?

  4. No Name

    Video of the 2 cabins

    EY B787 F
    EY A380 F

    Hope this helps Cal.

  5. travel4b

    Agree with the above. Just make sure you are booked on the A380 out of JFK and not the Jet Airways aircraft.

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