Soft bulkhead on new aa flights?

Old Sep 9, 19, 12:21 am
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Soft bulkhead on new aa flights?

Hello I am flying on aa next week and it says I will Boeing_737-800_MCE_new on seatguru

It doesn't let you click seats on this configuration. Does anyone know if for the first row of main cabin extra if the seats have a wall for a bulkhead or does it have a soft upper wall so you can stretch your legs?
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Old Sep 9, 19, 12:26 am
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If the first row of MCE is row 7, then there’s a wall. If the first row of MCE is row 8, then there’s no wall, just a divider that hangs down from the ceiling. The divider doesn’t even reach the tops of the seats, so it doesn’t interfere with legroom in any way. Like this: https://images.app.goo.gl/FFsZA1vWkkCLZvmb8

Be aware that since AA hasn’t converted all its 737s, whatever configuration you see now may change even right up until departure if AA needs to substitute in a different bird.
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Old Sep 9, 19, 9:12 am
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If the first row of MCE is row 7, then thereís a wall. If the first row of MCE is row 8, then thereís no wall, just a divider that hangs down from the ceiling. The divider doesnít even reach the tops of the seats, so it doesnít interfere with legroom in any way.

Be aware that since AA hasnít converted all its 737s, whatever configuration you see now may change even right up until departure if AA needs to substitute in a different bird.
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