lychemsa wrote:I myself am 6 ft 1" and still was pretty comfortable; I could stretch out and had a couple of inches of knee room. So there was no noticeable difference with regards to legroom, still probably the best in Y among US carriers.Problem: I read they were reducing the legroom I think from 33" to 32"? Did you notice the difference. O ne reason I always flew with them was the legroom.
AA747123 wrote:Those interiors look pretty sharp. I love the blue accent lighting!
Super80Fan wrote:Looks good, those interiors needed an updating badly, hopefully more aircraft will be updated soon.
flymia wrote:Definitely. I'll be flying the dreaded MAX next month and I am NOT looking forward to it.Good to hear that the legroom was still good. Sure beats the 29-30 inches on an AA 73Max!
It is still the best legroom in Y for U.S. airlines. It is a shame they started the basic economy next year. Still the best choice for domestic flying when talking about in flight Y experience.
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