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Which AA seats can be used for 2 people dining together?

Which AA seats can be used for 2 people dining together?

  1. Anonymous

    Which seats in First Class, or even Business Class, can be configured during meal service to allow a couple traveling together to eat at the same table? I seem to recall seeing the Ottoman being used as a seat for a second passenger, allowing for a couple to eat their meal together, across from each other. Does this still exist? Which seats and which planes?

  2. rickyw

    I don’t think any of them are able to be configured that way. American only has first class now on their 777-300, which fly to Hong Kong, Sao Paolo and London.

    Your best bet to dine somewhat close would actually probably be the two center seats in business class on the 767-300. Won’t be on the same table, but at least you’ll be next to each other.

  3. David W

    On American, it’s only available in the 8 First Class seats on their 777-300ER aircraft

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