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  1. Anonymous

    I have searched everywhere, and all the information I find seems to be outdated.

    Looking at AA’s 772 Boeing 777-
    (to be more specific- Flight AA1473-) Transcon LAX to MIA (And return)

    The fare class is D, First Flexible, and the plane appears to be a two class-

    Can anyone point me to which version this plane is? All information I am seeing makes it appear this should be Biz instead of First-

    Maybe this is because nothing has been updated after a retrofit?

    Thanks for any insight. Trying to decide on paying the extra fare for lie flat first-

    My last experience MIA-LAX was on the Flagship Dreamliner, three class (in Biz) and everything was so much less than stellar…

    Thank you in advance anyone for your assistance…

  2. David W

    Generally for domestic flights, the two main cabins are Economy and First. When AA puts an internationally configured plane on a domestic route, like LAX-MIA, the biz class seats are sold as first class since the service offered is domestic first.

    The exception is AA’s subfleet of A321s with three cabins, First, Business and Economy, specifically for JFK-LAX/SFO routes.

  3. MissDawnielle

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 56212, member: 29″]Generally for domestic flights, the two main cabins are Economy and First. When AA puts an internationally configured plane on a domestic route, like LAX-MIA, the biz class seats are sold as first class since the service offered is domestic first.

    The exception is AA’s subfleet of A321s with three cabins, First, Business and Economy, specifically for JFK-LAX/SFO routes.[/QUOTE]

    Thank you ! This helps to narrow down which version this plane is.
    Hopefully I do not end up in the angled lie flat again. LOL.

  4. David W

    If I’m not mistaken, all their 772 aircraft have lie-flat seats in business now. However, some have the Zodiac forward/rear facing seats whereas others will have the BE Super Diamond seats.

    However, the planes are being retrofitted AGAIN to include premium economy

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