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AA Domestic 777

Sat Feb 05, 2005 4:07 pm

I'm going TUL-DFW-MIA R/T next month; AA1614 to MIA and AA1945 are both 777's - what luck! My question is: What destinations are these aircraft being repositioned for? Is there a way to find out the 'daily itinerary' for each ship in AA 's fleet?
 
boeingfever777
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RE: AA Domestic 777

Sat Feb 05, 2005 4:24 pm

Well both flight#'s are DFW-MIA and MIA-DFW. You make is sound as your flying a 777 from TUL-DFW... which is  Confused

Either way the T7 flies a number of places from DFW. I believe they fly LAX, NRT, LHR, or FRA. As far as outa MIA, they could be flying to SJU, EZE, or GIG. I'm not a AA so that's what I think.

As for "daily itinerary" doubt that, I would think that is a security risk to dis-close the flight path of certain a/c.
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Venezuela747
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RE: AA Domestic 777

Sun Feb 06, 2005 1:04 am

Have you picked your seats yet? Call or go to AA.com and try to get any seat between rows 13-9 and you'll end up in Buz class. AA operates a 3 class aircraft but only sells it as a 2 class flight....so coach passengers are distributed between Economy and Buz class
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September11
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RE: AA Domestic 777

Sun Feb 06, 2005 1:28 am

good suggestion, Venezuela747!!! I hope that is true business. AA selling domestic flight coach tickets for a seat in business section...

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RayBolt
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RE: AA Domestic 777

Sun Feb 06, 2005 1:59 am

Unless you're Elite, those J seats don't open up till day of departure. Your best bet is to just arrive at the airport early for check-in, which seems like it shouldn't be a problem since your T7 is a connection. Just hope your Triple isn't packed with elites. I had the J seats from ORD-DFW, and the return, and it was a real nice change from Y.

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aa777jr
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RE: AA Domestic 777

Sun Feb 06, 2005 2:09 am

Gradually, AA is weening the T7 service from domestic routes. As they aquire new overseas routes, it will be necessary to use the T7 on the long haul service, ie. DFW-KIX, ORD-NGO, etc.

You can download the AA World Wide Time Table off their website and it shows you daily schedules, flight numbers, and hardward used on all AA flights.

Hope this helps.
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boeingfever777
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RE: AA Domestic 777

Sun Feb 06, 2005 6:14 am

Very nice AA777jr, can you give me a link please so I do not have to search for it being AA.com is massive.

Thanks,

Were my aircraft repositioning statements right?

Either way the AA 777 is so clean looking.


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aa777jr
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RE: AA Domestic 777

Sun Feb 06, 2005 6:27 am

The question was regarding the positioning of domestic flights only.

My CFI gave me this link in an email.

http://www.aa.com/content/travelInformation/airportAmenities/electronicTimetable.jhtml#one

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industrybuff
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RE: AA Domestic 777

Sun Feb 06, 2005 6:28 am

Okay so If im flying on Monday 7th LAX DFW on a 777 does this mean that even though its a 3 class aircraft, Y class will use J class seats too !! Is that right ??

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Venezuela747
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RE: AA Domestic 777

Sun Feb 06, 2005 6:42 am

Industrybuff,

I am not familiar with the letters but if you bought a First Class/Buz Class ticket (I believe they dont sell FC anyways) you will be seated in the First Class Section of the aircraft. If you bought a regular economy ticket, as RayBolt explained, you might end up in Buz class.

I ended up on Buz class on my way to AUA in the DFW-MIA sector. We checked in really early in the mroning for the COS-DFW flight and we were dispersed through the aircraft and my dad asked if we could be placed together and they placed us all in Buz .

So if I were you go early and ask if they have any seats available between rows 9-13.
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industrybuff
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RE: AA Domestic 777

Sun Feb 06, 2005 6:46 am

thanks venezuela747, I will follow your advice !!!!
 
ramerinianair
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RE: AA Domestic 777

Sun Feb 06, 2005 7:36 am

WOW! That's great that AA only sells their 777s domestic in 2 classes! I know they sell the 757s cross atlantic only selling 1 class, are there anymore?
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