ORD to HKG

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  1. somempire

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    Does anyone know if they are using 77A or 77D for ORD to HKG?
     
  2. JALPak
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    Silly question what's the 77D? I thought that all CX long haul 777s were 77As.
     
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    ones with the latest business class seats instead of coffins
     
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    Oh thanks :)
     
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    and soon to be 77G, no F.
     
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    What's soon? And any announcement of routes besides YYZ?
     
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    march 2012.

    australia
     
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    Well thank goodness I don't have any 77W CX F booked past February at the moment :D
     
  10. Interesting that Australia routes will be getting 77Gs-- that's an increase in capacity since they are all currently getting 33B/E. At least there isn't a loss of F on those routes like there will be for YYZ.
     
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    Actually 33G not 77G for Australia
     
  12. Makes more sense. Thanks for clarifying.
     
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    please clarify as I am confused
    I currently have F award YYZ-HKG dec 27
    i found the equipment changed this morning, flipped out, called AA telling them that my F award was now J (and Y HLG-DPS), was told it was a glitch and that I was still ticketed as F,
    I checked dummy booking on CXwebsite and saw the regional 773 product come up, checked seat guru and saw No F seats on the flight number, then went back to CXwebsite and checked the schedules page where it shows a long haul 777 with big F.

    i asked on Flyertalk and one response said that I shouldnt worry because the regional 773 couldnt fly that route....is that really possible? stilll would hold same amt of gas right?

    what should i be trusting? do i call AA to reconfirm again?
     
  14. Has to be a glitch. The 77G won't be ready until March and regional 773s are never used on long-haul flights (the other way around does happen though). I wouldn't worry too much right now.
     
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    December 2011 should be no problem with F for HKG-YYZ
     
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    cotter77, FYI, if you pull up the flights on AA, F shows as J and J shows as Y. As you said it's a glitch and a well known one, but I guess it's not important enough to fix.
     
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    F was common on the SYD & MEL flights prior to the 33Bs.
     

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