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Which 757-200 / 752 will I be flying? Related questions, links.

Which 757-200 / 752 will I be flying? Related questions, links.

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American Airlines currently (early 2020) offers two versions of the Boeing 757-200:

AA descriptions on aa.com link

24 International version “75L” aircraft with:

16 Rockwell Collins (previously B/E Aerospace) Diamond Parallel lie horizontally flat seats in pairs, 19” wide
52 Main Cabin Extra 36” pitch seats, 16.6” wide
108 Main Cabin 31-32” pitch seats, 16.6” wide, including bulkhead and Evita sests
Power in J, MCE
Overhead shared monitors, tablets in longhaul J
All offer Panasonic high-speed WiFi
These are operated on medium haul Atlantic and America’s International flights and domestic flights (except Hawaii)

See https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/amer...aster-thd.html


10 Legacy US (ex US Airways “East”) “75H” aircraft with:

12 31-32” standard recliner domestic first class seats, 20.5” wide
138 38-39” pitch Main Cabin seats, , 17 - 17.1” wide
38 35”pitch Main Cabin Extra seats, including exit and bulkhead seats, 17 - 17.1” wide
Overhead monitors for IFE
At-seat power in F only

GoGo 2KU high-speed WiFi on 5 planes (N200UU, N201UU, N203UW, N204UW, N205UW); no WiFi on other 5 planes (N938UW, N939UW, N206UW, N202UW, N207UW)
These aircraft are used between Phoenix / PHX and Hawaii, a few shorter PHX routes (e.g. PHX-SAN, PHX-LAS, PHX-DFW), and longer PHX routes (e.g. (PHX-DCA, PHX-PHL, PHX-CLT). They will be retired during 2021

See https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/amer...seats-etc.html

See the (unofficial) AA fleet site 757-200 page for more.

Please consult the appropriate thread linked to above for further information or to add information or questions.
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Old Apr 21, 16, 4:01 am
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757s - which domestic routes?

Which domestic routes does AA now fly the 757s on? I know of the Hawaiian routes, but I'm more concerned about the continental USA.
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Old Apr 21, 16, 5:04 am
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While I can't compile a list, they frequent DFW-LAX, IME. Also recently flew one DFW-SJU, if that counts. I'm sure there's more routes out there...
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Old Apr 21, 16, 5:08 am
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This is most if not all of the continental domestic ones:

LAA:
MIA-DFW, ORD, BOS, JFK, MCO, SFO
DFW-BOS, SAN, MIA, MCO

LUS:
PHX-LAX, DFW, PHL
CLT-PHL, MCO
PHL-BOS, MIA, CLT, PHX

Plus a bunch of Caribbean routes (in addition to Hawaii, TATL and limited South America)
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There are currently three intra-U.S. 752 flights airborne. JFK-MIA and MIA-ORD and BOS-MIA.

Obviously a common theme with MIA which leads me to believe these are first a.m. flights that will continue onto the Caribbean and the northern tier of South America.

AA 2230 from JFK-MIA will become AA 987 to SDQ.

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OK, I did some work yesterday to find every active AA 757 flight over the course of a day.

The following airports in the USA saw domestic 752 service:

BOS 3x to MIA
CLT 1x to MCO
CLT 2x to PHL (one was a 9xxx flight #)
ORD 2x to MIA
DFW 2x to MIA
DFW 1x to BOS
DFW 1x to SAN
DFW 2x to PHX
JFK 4x to MIA
JFK 1x to RDU (ferry or charter is my guess)
LAX 1x to PHX
MIA 2x to BOS
MIA 2x to ORD
MIA 2x to DFW
MIA 4x to JFK
MIA 3x to MCO
MIA 1x to PHL
MCO 1x to CLT
MCO 1x to MIA
MCO 1x to PHL
PHL 1x to BOS
PHL 2x to CLT (one was a 9xxx flight #)
PHL 1x to MIA
PHL 1x to MCO
PHL 1x to PHX
PHX 2x to DFW
PHX 1x to LAX
PHX 1x to PHL
SAN 1x to DFW

124 total 757 operations yesterday. I might be missing a few. 48 were purely intra-48 states. 32 of the 124 departures were MIA with the same going to MIA. So, half of the AA 752 fleet movements involve MIA.
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It seems AA has also replaced 767 service between MIA-LAX with 757s.
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Which 757-200 / 752 will I be flying? Related questions, links.

I have an upcoming trip from DFW to Lima in J - DFW-MIA-LIM, LIM-MIA-DFW. 3 of the 4 segments are on a 757-200.

The AA seat map shows the front cabin of the 757 as 4 rows of 4 seats for all 3 flights, and SeatGuru no longer shows a domestic configuration for the 757-200.

Are all AA 757s now the international configuration with lie-flat seats?

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Already answered

This question was answered in the 75L wiki thread.

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Old Jun 24, 18, 11:47 am
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American Airlines currently (2018) offers two versions of the Boeing 757-200:

24 International version “75L” aircraft with:

16 Rockwell Collins (previously B/E Aerospace) Diamond Parallel lie horizontally flat seats in pairs
160 Main Cabin seats, including 52 Main Cabin Extra seats
Power in J, MCE
Overhead shared monitors, tablets in longhaul J
A very few offer WiFi
These are operated on medium haul Atlantic and America’s International flights and domestic flights (except Hawaii)

See https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/amer...aster-thd.html


10 Legacy US (ex US Airways “East”) aircraft with:

12 recliner domestic first class seats
176 Main Cabin seats, including MCE
Overhead monitors for IFE
No at-seat power, no WiFi
These aircraft are used between Phoenix / PHX and Hawaii exclusively

See https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/amer...seats-etc.html

See the (unofficial) AA fleet site 757-200 page for more.

Please consult the appropriate thread linked to above for further information or to add information or questions.
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Old Jun 29, 18, 3:42 pm
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AA 757-200 with 12 F class seat

I'm not a frequent AA flyer so I apologize in advance for asking such a basic question.

I'm flying on a 757-200 that only offers seating for 3 rows in F class (12 seats total). None of the online seat map websites show this particular layout. Is this something old, new? abnormal?
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Old Jun 29, 18, 3:52 pm
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It's a USAir 757
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Old Jun 29, 18, 4:00 pm
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Originally Posted by MileageAddict View Post
None of the online seat map websites show this particular layout.
It's on AA's site.
https://www.aa.com/i18n/travel-info/...nes/planes.jsp
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Old Jun 29, 18, 4:29 pm
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Thanks - looks like a crappy configuration. At least it's for one of my short segments.
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Old Jun 30, 18, 2:41 am
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Yeah, that’s the 75H. Not a great plane, especially on the PHX-Hawaii flights they’re usually on.
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Old Jul 2, 18, 11:21 am
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AA domestic 757 (pmUS) - power ports?

Does the domestic 757 (pmUS) have power ports in economy (regular economy, not MCE)? AA's website says so, but as it's pmUS equipment, I'm not sure if I should trust AA's website. It'd be for DCA-PHX.

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