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dpakman91 Jan 29, 19 2:00 pm

When might C upgrade space open on BOS-EZE
 
I've been keeping an eye on C space for BOS-JFK-EZE or BOS-MIA-EZE for months now for the second half of June, and it is literally 0 on every flight. Are the days of upgrades on this route gone, is it simply too early since it's still about 4-5 months out and I need to wait? I'm unsure if it's about the route or the timing or something else

JJeffrey Jan 29, 19 2:08 pm


Originally Posted by dpakman91 (Post 30715494)
I've been keeping an eye on C space for BOS-JFK-EZE or BOS-MIA-EZE for months now for the second half of June, and it is literally 0 on every flight. Are the days of upgrades on this route gone, is it simply too early since it's still about 4-5 months out and I need to wait? I'm unsure if it's about the route or the timing or something else

Generally speaking, AA releases very, very little C space in advance on most all long-haul routes across the system. If space is still available it will most likely clear in the week before the flight (with a high probability around T-36 to T-24 hrs out).

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Antarius Jan 29, 19 2:12 pm

I have a LAX-PVG flight in march with 80% of the cabin wide open. Still no dice.

Expect I'll clear (or hope), but it won't be until much closer till departure.

Score8 Jan 29, 19 2:36 pm

I would think the PVG flights are even worse now that ORD is no longer an option.


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