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AA lie flat options

AA lie flat options

  1. sound4848

    Are there any lie flat routes to Hawaii on AA? Seatguru seems to think LAX-HNL and DFW-HNL could be but I don’t think that’s right. Can setup a positioning flight, but would prefer lie flat if possible.

  2. rickyw

    What type of plane does it say? I was just looking at this the other day! Going off memory right now…. but all of AA’s 767, 777-2, 777-3, 787, 330-2, 330-3 have lie-flat seats up front.

    The 757 does if your seat map has 16 seats up front.

  3. sound4848

    Says 321 Sharlets for the LAX-HNL, 757 for PHX-HNL and 777 for DFW-HNL. The 321 only has 4 2×2 rows like most domestic first cabins from AA.

  4. rickyw

    Yep, the 321 won’t be lie-flat. All the 777 will. Easiest way to tell if your 757 is retrofitted with lie-flat seats is if there are 16 seats up front.

    I’d aim for the 777 first, then the 757 retrofit, then the 321, then a non retrofit 757. The 757 won’t have seat-back entertainment (even on a retrofitted plane).

  5. sound4848

    Awesome, thank you

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