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American Airlines 777-300 Business Class JFK-LHR (Pictures/Video)

Fri Apr 19, 2019 11:59 pm

We're flying to Europe for a summer vacation starting with London.

Flying from DFW-JFK-LHR to connect to Europe.

Landing Video in LHR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_dwRUX3X2Y

Business Class Seat - 1-2-1 Reverse Herringbone Configuration. American offers a great new business class fit to industry standard. It's a flat beat that features a wide TV screen, remote, seat controls, headphone jack, and light.
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Business Class Dinner Menu
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Braised Short Rib with a Smoked Salmon Roll and Romaine Salad all served on one plate to maximize sleep for passengers as this flight is only about 6 hours long. The Salmon tasted great and the Romaine Salad fresh and simple.
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The Short Rib was REALLY tender and juicy - I was able to cut it with my fork.
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Walk up bar that included drinks and snacks
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The sun began rising
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Breakfast about an hour and 30 minutes before landing: Potatoes, Sausage, Pepper Quiche, Fruit Plate, Biscuit, and Apple Juice. Pretty good considering we got a full meal around 4 hours prior.
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Approaching LHR with the central London in view.
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Full Landing in London Heathrow: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_dwRUX3X2Y

Overall, this was a nice flight for the 6 hours overnight. I honestly didn't get much sleep because of the short flight but the business class seat is comfortable and private with the angle towards the window. The Flight Attendants were decent, they didn't interact much with passengers and weren't proactively clearing trays/asking if anyone needed anything but that may be due to the "short" flight and 52J passengers.

The Entertainment selection was great as always with the many Movies/TV/Music/Games AA has to offer.

The food was above average, probably one of the better meals on AA. The short rib was exceptional though.

AA continues to shine internationally, from this and what I've been hearing. I've flown AA many times the past couple of years and really didn't have a truly bad experience in flight.


Thanks for reading. Hope you enjoyed. Sorry for the lack of pictures, I seem to have lost a couple important ones. If there's anything I can improve on, please let me know.

Previous Trip Reports:
American Airlines 737-800 Business Class Philadelphia to St. Maarten: viewtopic.php?f=9&t=1420387

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