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AA New 777?

AA New 777?

  1. Anonymous

    I am looking at AA 2225 which is a 777 from ORD to LAX on 11/3… very odd configuration…

    Biz… 1-2-1 for only 4 rows… 16 seats
    MCE or ??? Prem Econ… 2-3-3 for Rows 8 – 13
    Econ… the rest of the plane 2-5-2

    If this is the “New American” I think we have our answer to what SWU will be worth.

  2. David W

    I think it’s one of the old 777s that hasn’t been reconfigured. 2-3-2 in business class is the old angle flat seats and since its domestic ops, the First cabin is sold as First and the rest of the cabin, including Business Class, is sold as economy. However, the Business Class seats will be listed as main cabin extra seats that you have to pay a fee for.

  3. Hugh B

    I think you made a typo, did you mean 16 in biz 1-2-1 Premium?MCE in 2-3-2 and Y in 2-5-2 if so, it is the old version.

  4. Jacob McCarthy

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 22615, member: 29″]I think it’s one of the old 777s that hasn’t been reconfigured. 2-3-2 in business class is the old angle flat seats and since its domestic ops, the First cabin is sold as First and the rest of the cabin, including Business Class, is sold as economy. However, the Business Class seats will be listed as main cabin extra seats that you have to pay a fee for.[/QUOTE]
    in my experience David, the J seats aren’t sold as MCE seats and instead sold as normal Y seats (they have the elite only tag on them though and are blocked for normal travelers). This is the same case with the JFK-BOS A321T route where the J seats are sold as Y for elites.

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