|Quoting Row1Aisle (Reply 3):|
In my past experience, AA B767-200s on domestic flights utilize both the First and Business cabin as domestic First when sold as 2-class, given the very tiny 9 seat First cabin.
|Quoting HNL" class=quote target=_blank>HNL (Reply 2):|
When an AA 3-class aircraft is sold as a 2-class flight, as this one is, the business class cabin is available to coach passengers. The seats can be pre-assigned but are generally available to AA elites (Gold, PLatinum, Executive Platinum) or those flying on a full fare ticket (Y or B).
When you arrive at the airport in TPA you can ask for a seat in rows 7 to 11, and if available it can be assigned.
Row 17 is held for Gate Agent assignment only, the reason is to have seats for handicapped, elderly, or other passengers needing special care. In your case only the AAgent in MIA is supposed to be able to assign those seats. Be the first one in line at MIA when the agent opens the flight, and you may be able to get the seat assigned to you.
|Quoting JasYHZ (Reply 6):|
Thanks HNL, I'll be sure to let everyone know what happens....
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