Received a sked change notice from AA (well the TA I booked this particular set of flight with) and checked my booking on the AA site. It appears that on July 8th, AA has redesignated its normal 777 Flagship flight between LAX and MIA as a regular two-cabin flight. AA appears to have cancelled/removed the F fare and designated the front cabin F seats as business, and made the business cabin coach (in addition to regular coach). A check of random dates suggests this is a one-time change since the same flight is still showing F seats for sale later in the week/month. I was booked in F and from checking the seat map a week ago seems I was the only person in F. So I was taken off this flight and put on a regular 738 transcon (departing at 9p vs my original departure of 10:40a!) in regular F. Anyhow, I contacted the ExecPlat res desk and changed my flights to LAX-JFK (Flagship) and JFK-MIA (lucking out on an international configured 757) so in the end will get another 1K or so in EQMs as a bonus. Does this happen often? I am sure those folks who booked business will enjoy the F swivel seats (I know I will miss the 777's F seats) and the lucky elites flying coach who get into the business cabin will enjoy their larger seat and more space (though maybe they won't get video players). In August I have a return booked on the Flagship MIA-LAX-MIA flights so can only hope that AA does the same change and I get to sit in the swivel F seats again, instead of the business class ones I'm booked in this time! UPDATE It appears that AA is removing Flagship Service from this route since all 3-cabin 777 flights between MIA-LAX-MIA. Looking through the summer and fall, all these flights are now pseudo 2-cabin, i.e. F passengers will fill the 16 seats in the front cabin and Main Cabin Extra will occupy the business cabin. Regular coach will be in the coach cabin.