|Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 1):|
If the daylight AA flight were to be a 763, then AA would need to operate a 763 on a redeye service, hence its a 777, just like the daylight MIAGRU flight which was also just loaded (starts December).
|Quoting IrishAyes (Thread starter):|
What I find intriguing is that AA is sending their largest aircraft (that is, pre-77W deliveries) with an F cabin on the daylight flight, when arguably the premium traffic/demand normally opts for the overnight flights given that timing and scheduling is more convenient.
|Quoting Roseflyer (Reply 3):|
AA had to adjust one of the EZE-MIA flights to depart later so that they can utilize the airplane that just flew the daylight MIA-EZE flight. The schedule wouldn't work with a 767 unless they switched one of the redeye flights to a 767.
|Quoting IrishAyes (Reply 4):|
I figure AR is following similar logic, or are they simply trying to avoid AA from swallowing up more of the market share, if not both?
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