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New 777-300ER (77W) F/C/PY/Y Seating (consolidated)

Old Aug 14, 2019, 11:04 am
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List of Tail Numbers with the new configuration
JA784A
JA785A
JA787A
JA788A
JA793A
JA794A
JA795A
JA796A
JA797A
JA798A

Current routes with new product:

All frequencies:
  • HND-LHR-HND NH211/212
  • HND-JFK-HND NH110/109/160/159

Select/most frequencies--see latest posts for more details as the schedule can vary by month:
  • NRT-SFO-NRT NH8/7
  • HND-ORD-HND NH112/111
  • NRT-ORD-NRT NH12/11
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New 777-300ER (77W) F/C/PY/Y Seating (consolidated)

Old Aug 6, 2019, 11:26 am
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Originally Posted by Matthew787
Iím assuming these planes will be put on FRA, JFK, LAX, and maybe ORD or SFO routes. I wish they would release more info about this even if itís in the future. I was hoping the first flight would bring another news release. Iím also curious if these routes will all based be out of HND too.

Anyone else have any guesses on new routes?
NH110 (HND-JFK) returns to TYO as NH9 (JFK-NRT), so I believe the new/refurb planes will fly to both HND and NRT.

As mentioned before, currently only US route with 212 seats is the JFK, so I doubt we will see them on LAX/SFO/ORD unless NH refurbishes the old planes with more than 212 seats.
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Old Aug 6, 2019, 11:43 am
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Originally Posted by Matthew787
Iím assuming these planes will be put on FRA, JFK, LAX, and maybe ORD or SFO routes. I wish they would release more info about this even if itís in the future. I was hoping the first flight would bring another news release. Iím also curious if these routes will all based be out of HND too.

Anyone else have any guesses on new routes?
SFO has no First, so probably not. Even If i would love the FRA connection, i doubt that. After LHR, i would assume, LAX and JFK first , and then the rest!
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Old Aug 6, 2019, 11:59 am
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Originally Posted by Onewhoknows
SFO has no First, so probably not. Even If i would love the FRA connection, i doubt that. After LHR, i would assume, LAX and JFK first , and then the rest!
SFO has First; SJC doesn't.
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Old Aug 6, 2019, 12:47 pm
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Originally Posted by blitzen
Yes I expected some more bloggers fly the new planes .... while first isnít such a big update compared to business it still looks nicer than before (doors, huge screen and the divider between middle seats much better for couples). Well is was a surprise announcement so I guess we have to wait a while until people can fly on the new planes
Other than having a smaller TV, the F seat on the A380 seem pretty comparable to the new F seat on the 777. FWIW, here are a couple of reports (and an associated video):

ANA A380 First Class Trip Report July 2019
https://upgradedpoints.com/ana-inaug...-class-review/
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Old Aug 6, 2019, 1:16 pm
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Originally Posted by Petdog
Other than having a smaller TV, the F seat on the A380 seem pretty comparable to the new F seat on the 777. FWIW, here are a couple of reports (and an associated video):

ANA A380 First Class Trip Report July 2019
https://upgradedpoints.com/ana-inaug...-class-review/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adjwloEtBUg
Thanks! Totally slipped my mind as from JFK only 777 are used.
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Old Aug 8, 2019, 2:20 pm
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Here's a new video showcasing the updated interiors.

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Old Aug 9, 2019, 9:39 am
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I'm surprised at the lack of media coverage for something potentially industry leading. Can anyone find more reviews? I've been looking for them.
https://www.sfgate.com/travel/articl...o-14089286.php
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Old Aug 9, 2019, 3:23 pm
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Originally Posted by kylelenk
Anyone feel like making a stickied post at the top to track retrofitting?

JA731A
JA732A
JA733A
JA734A
JA735A
JA736A

JA751A-JA757A are all domestic, non-F configs.

JA777A
JA778A
JA779A
JA780A
JA781A
JA782A
JA783A (Arrived in HND 07/14/19)
JA784A
JA785A
JA786A
JA787A
JA788A
JA789A
JA790A
JA791A
JA792A
JA793A (Arrived in HND on 7/23/19 for delivery)
JA794A (Not delivered)
JA795A (Entered into service 08/02/19)
JA796A (Not delivered)
This is incredibly helpful, thanks.
Seems that up to 792A the aircraft has the old configurations.
793A and after seems to have the new configurations; evidence comes from the number of windows between the door 1 and 2.
Will the current aircrafts go through retrofit?
Also the plan is getting 6 frames up to JA798A.
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Old Aug 9, 2019, 8:01 pm
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According to a Japanese influencer tweet, LHR will go daily from 10 August 2019

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Old Aug 12, 2019, 8:10 am
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Another recent video of the new J product from a passengers perspective

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Old Aug 12, 2019, 9:03 am
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Amazingly how much focus that video has on buttons, and not on showing the actual seat

However, it does seem to be made from the same base as the Q Suite. I think I would prefer the narrower seat with the storage room on the side in the Q Suite. Though the video annoyingly does not show the full aspects of the seat.
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Old Aug 12, 2019, 9:37 am
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Originally Posted by ITSTours
This is incredibly helpful, thanks.
Seems that up to 792A the aircraft has the old configurations.
793A and after seems to have the new configurations; evidence comes from the number of windows between the door 1 and 2.
Will the current aircrafts go through retrofit?
Also the plan is getting 6 frames up to JA798A.
Is it just a guess that window configs will determine future retrofits? I'm nearly certain we'll see refurbs on existing air frames since a) they're all still relatively new and b) serious doubts exist as to when ANA can expect to begin deliveries of 77X.
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Old Aug 12, 2019, 11:32 am
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Originally Posted by kylelenk
Is it just a guess that window configs will determine future retrofits? I'm nearly certain we'll see refurbs on existing air frames since a) they're all still relatively new and b) serious doubts exist as to when ANA can expect to begin deliveries of 77X.
I think itís been mentioned that 6 existing airframes will be refitted with new interior with 6 new airframes (NH793A-NH798A).
What we donít know is whether refitted frames will have 212 seats or more.

Btw, seems like JA793A flew to LHR on 11th, so they are going daily a little bit sooner than announced.
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Old Aug 12, 2019, 3:43 pm
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still no news on when this hits new york
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Old Aug 13, 2019, 1:23 pm
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Flew into Tokyo on the new configured a few days ago. I can confirm that the seat is wider than the Q Suite.

Being a 6ft male, the length of the seat is longer than the IOJ cabin, though I would have liked it to be a little bit longer.

Nonetheless, because the seat is wide, you can sleep in the foetus position, or diagonally.

The new seat has low resilience padding by Nishikawa (think Tempur) which eliminates the need of the thick pas provided in the IOJ seats.

The highlight of the seat has to be the 2 step automatic window blinds!



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