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AA Philly to Reykjavik

AA Philly to Reykjavik

  1. Randy Walton

    Going first/business class Philly to Reykjavik mid August 2020 on AA 757. Does that route have lay flats?

  2. Wesley C

    Looks like it’s lie-flat from experflyer search and seat guru.

    If the seat map has 4 row in biz/first -> it’s lie-flat
    If the seat map has 3 row in biz/first -> it’s just a regular domestic first

  3. OCTinPHL

    [QUOTE=”Randy Walton, post: 68769, member: 6415″]Going first/business class Philly to Reykjavik mid August 2020 on AA 757. Does that route have lay flats?[/QUOTE]

    I believe it does. Wesley C is correct on 3 vs 4 rows.

    I think every 757 operating out of PHL is the int’l config – even on domestic routes (DFW, MIA regularly feature it). I am not 100% certain of this, but 98%? And I don’t think AA would fly the domestic 757 to Reykjavik despite its short length,

  4. rickyw

    If we believe the always-solid research from the TPG folks, AA has retired all of their non-lie flat 757s…

    [URL]https://thepointsguy.com/news/american-airlines-will-have-lie-flat-business-class-seats-on-all-of-its-757s-by-the-end-of-2019/[/URL]

  5. OCTinPHL

    [QUOTE=”rickyw, post: 68781, member: 1436″]If we believe the always-solid research from the TPG folks, AA has retired all of their non-lie flat 757s…

    [URL]https://thepointsguy.com/news/american-airlines-will-have-lie-flat-business-class-seats-on-all-of-its-757s-by-the-end-of-2019/[/URL][/QUOTE]

    Nice! I knew it was in the works. Wikipedia says by the end of 2021 [[URL]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Airlines_fleet[/URL]] but that is obviously out of date. I actually like 757s in general, but the old LUS 757s were worn down.

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