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Aug 16, 16, 11:57 am
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Posted By John ChaoRai

totally agree, why would they spend double just...

totally agree, why would they spend double just to get 20 more seats in, just doesn't make any sense to me. IMO, the older one B-16701 to B-16728 will be in 9 abreast, and the newer one B-16729 and...
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Posted By John ChaoRai

when I flew with them, I have to wait until 2...

when I flew with them, I have to wait until 2 days before departure in order to select seats via online check-in.
Aug 15, 16, 10:28 am
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Posted By John ChaoRai

as of now 11 out of 15 older 777 are converted...

as of now 11 out of 15 older 777 are converted from 77n to 77m
Aug 14, 16, 1:47 pm
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Posted By John ChaoRai

they're brand new, look at the registration...

they're brand new, look at the registration B-16729-31
Aug 14, 16, 12:38 pm
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Posted By John ChaoRai

Seems like it's not a trial thing like they said...

Seems like it's not a trial thing like they said anymore, 3 are on order so far
b-16729, b-16730, b-16731...
Jul 31, 16, 8:30 pm
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Posted By John ChaoRai

it's official ...

it's official
https://www.evaair.com/Images/b2c/fleetmap/77W-353.jpg

https://www.evaair.com/Images/b2c/fleetmap/77W-353.jpg
Jul 5, 16, 5:58 am
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Posted By John ChaoRai

source???

source???
Mar 19, 16, 10:23 pm
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Posted By John ChaoRai

Upper deck pitch is like 36 in. I thinkใ ...

Upper deck pitch is like 36 in. I thinkใ Compared to 33-32 in. pitch on the lower deck.
Mar 11, 16, 5:51 pm
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Posted By John ChaoRai

77m: B-16708, b-16710, b-16711, b-16715,...

77m:
B-16708, b-16710, b-16711, b-16715, b-16716,
77n:
B-16701, b-16702, b-16703, b-16705, b-16706, b-16707, b-16709, b-16712, b-16713, b-16717
77a:
B-16718-b-1672x
Feb 29, 16, 9:47 pm
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Posted By John ChaoRai

TPE - SFO usually served by B-16710, B-16716,...

TPE - SFO usually served by B-16710, B-16716, B-16708, and B-16711 which are the refurbished 77M
Feb 10, 16, 6:23 pm
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Posted By John ChaoRai

I have the same problem looking at BR1, usually...

I have the same problem looking at BR1, usually BR1 operated by 77N, but on some day there will be a wifi symbol next to the aircraft type.
Dec 21, 15, 9:23 pm
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Posted By John ChaoRai

There are screens behind 46D and inside the...

There are screens behind 46D and inside the armrest of 48D (which is really weird), The only drawback I can see in 48D is that there's no footrest.
Nov 28, 15, 11:51 am
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Posted By John ChaoRai

Maybe it's because not every seat in Y has a...

Maybe it's because not every seat in Y has a power outlet, it's every 3 seats that have 2 outlets, and the last row has 1 outlet per 2 seats.
Nov 24, 15, 5:19 pm
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Posted By John ChaoRai

I know for sure there are at least 2 that has...

I know for sure there are at least 2 that has been retrofitted, B-16710 and B-16716.
Oct 28, 15, 8:07 pm
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Views: 283,443
Posted By John ChaoRai

Is the refurbished seats the same as the one...

Is the refurbished seats the same as the one installed in the newer aircraft?
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