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Discussion in 'Cathay Pacific | Asia Miles/Marco Polo Club' started by somempire, Sep 3, 2011.
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Does anyone know if they are using 77A or 77D for ORD to HKG?
Schedule shows 77D or you can find out by making a dummy booking easily
Silly question what's the 77D? I thought that all CX long haul 777s were 77As.
ones with the latest business class seats instead of coffins
and soon to be 77G, no F.
What's soon? And any announcement of routes besides YYZ?
Well thank goodness I don't have any 77W CX F booked past February at the moment
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.
Actually 33G not 77G for Australia
Makes more sense. Thanks for clarifying.
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?
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.
December 2011 should be no problem with F for HKG-YYZ
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.
F was common on the SYD & MEL flights prior to the 33Bs.