Old Feb 5, 18, 2:16 am
  #2  
YacozA
 
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: London, UK
Programs: BA Gold, AirBnb 700x Platinum, AC (never again)
Posts: 288
Originally Posted by Tredders View Post
on the last couple of trips to the US, when I’ve booked a BA flight via the BA website, I’ve ended up in the seats I booked (usually emergency exit seats in economy). However when I’ve booked AA flights, I’ve instantly been upgraded from economy to Premium Economy automatically (presumably due to Gold status?) at no extra cost.
Are you getting upgraded to Premium Economy which are offered on very few AA planes (think the 787's and some 777's atm), or just getting Main Cabin Extra?
Given the limited timeframes, if I were booking, I'd take a look at the seat availability on both airlines; and choose based on availability in WT+ / AA MCE, vs. Pricing.

Always expect to fly in the cabin you book, and if you get upgraded; take it as a stroke of luck.
YacozA is offline