|Quoting PHX787 (Reply 4):|
Weird...why wouldn't they just route it through LAX?
That is odd
|Quoting MaddogJT8D (Reply 3):|
Aircraft was N709DN. Looks like it went over to Asia and stayed there since 4/23 and did NRT-SFO today on its way back to ATL.
|Quoting CV880 (Reply 5):|
What difference does it make whether it's routed via LAX, SFO, PDX or SEA? The 744 to LAX turns around and goes back to NRT, so why not SFO?
|Quoting PHX787 (Reply 7):|
What's odd is that wasn't it supposed to be scheduled for LAX? or was this some sort of repositioning flight?
777's aren't sked between NRT-LAX until mid June.
[quote=KaiGywer,reply=6]Weird thing is Flightaware is showing that NRT-SFO flight as a 767.
|Quoting legacyins (Reply 10):|
That must have been a nice change for the NRT- SFO route. Do they offer the same J seating on the 777 compared to the 763?
|Quoting modesto2 (Reply 12):|
The J products are very different. The old 763 configuration is a 2x2x2 recliner configuration while the 777 has a 1x2x1 herringbone flat-bed configuration. Quite an upgrade!