Who else enjoys the game of ever-changing equipment? For those of you who fly between New York JFK and London Heathrow, the equipment is all due to change again.
American Airlines currently operate three flights a day between the two cities, all with Boeing 777-300ERs. Two of the flights will switch to two-class 777-200ERs
The equipment change goes into effect from the 17th December 2015, and looks like this:
New York JFK to London Heathrow AA100 DEPART JFK 18:25 ARRIVE LHR 06:20+1 777-300ER AA106 DEPART JFK 19:55 ARRIVE LHR 07:50+1 777-200ER AA104 DEPART JFK 21:20 ARRIVE LHR 09:15+1 777-200ER London Heathrow to New York JFK AA101 DEPART LHR 10:15 ARRIVE JFK 13:25 777-200ER AA105 DEPART LHR 14:45 ARRIVE JFK 17:55 777-200ER AA107 DEPART LHR 17:15 ARRIVE JFK 20:25 777-300ER Commences 17th December 2015. Equipment as listed. Data: AirlineRoute
AA100/AA107 will remain as a Boeing 777-300ER with a three class service, whilst AA106, AA104, AA101 and A105 will switch over to Boeing 777-200ERs.
The Boeing 777-200ER services will be operated with the newly configured two-class variant of the plane, featuring the new business class seat, main cabin extra and dense (3-4-3) layout economy seating.
For those of you looking for First Class seat space across the Atlantic, this will demolish the availability of those seats with only American Airlines service a day will have First Class seats.
Of course there’s always British Airways First Class across between JFK and London if you must travel in the highest cabin. Just be prepared to pay more to fly if you’re redeeming miles…
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