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MIA to BOS AA Plane Type?

MIA to BOS AA Plane Type?

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Ben!

    Longtime reader, first time questions asker! I think your skill is absolutely amazing and I admire what you do!

    I’m flying from Miami to Boston on AA29 this Sunday 7/31/16. Is there anyway to know what the first class cabin will be like? It looks like it’s going to be operated by an A321, but how do I find out which version? Thank you!

  2. Gaurav

    Nicolette, have you tried looking up the seat map for your flight online and comparing it with seatguru?

  3. Nicolette G

    [QUOTE=”Gaurav, post: 19265, member: 79″]Nicolette, have you tried looking up the seat map for your flight online and comparing it with seatguru?[/QUOTE]
    I did…they both are 4 rows with a 2×2 configuration.

  4. Gaurav

    Well Seatguru says AA has three types of 321s. We can rule out the Transcon version. V2 has MCE seats and V3 does not so that should help you distinguish what is being used based on the seat map on AA. Otherwise domestic first class seats are pretty standard. Seatguru lists the same dimensions between the two versions. Is there something specific you were looking for?

  5. Nicolette G

    One has IFE and power in the seat, the other doesn’t. Unfortunately on AA website I can’t “reverse” to see the rest of the plane.

  6. Gaurav

    Looks like the version with MCE. It’s easier to look at available seats with a dummy reservation I think. Hopefully that narrows down the plane choice. Not sure which version carries seat power but hopefully you can figure that out.

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  7. Nicolette G

    [QUOTE=”Gaurav, post: 19308, member: 79″]Looks like the version with MCE. It’s easier to look at available seats with a dummy reservation I think. Hopefully that narrows down the plane choice. Not sure which version carries seat power but hopefully you can figure that out.

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    Thanks SO much!

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