The dreaded middle seats in American's business class are now gone, but will the design survive the line's bankruptcy and possible merger?
As has been suspected in some circles, American will be eliminating the First Class cabin from the 777-200 fleet and installing full flat business seats. These are very nice seats, all of which will offer direct access to the aisle as opposed to American’s current configuration …
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