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Exact Plane configuration for DFW-CDG

Exact Plane configuration for DFW-CDG

  1. Flo

    Hello,

    I was wondering if I could find more information on the actual plane as I wanted to travel from DFW to CDG and know it’s a 777 but don’t know if it has been refreshed like the other plane, especially for business and first. I read that seat guru is not the most reliable.

    Also do you know if there is ever AAmilesaver on first class?

    Thank you so much

  2. Gaurav

    [USER=1014]@Flo[/USER]

    There is a AA milesaver category but as Ben discusses here, it’s become an endgangered species: [URL]http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2015/11/24/american-award-availability/[/URL]

    For flights, the best way I know to look at a seat map is to look at the seat map that’s displayed on the AA website (click on the view available seats link when you click on the “+” sign to expand flight details and then look it up on seatguru to make sure you are viewing the correct configuration. You could also look up trip reviews that people have taken in the past. Although neither method is fool proof it should give you a good idea. Good luck!

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