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  • #16
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    ORD-LHR will most likely be a 777. ATL-ORD can be basically anything: 733, 735, 319 or 320.

    -Colin

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    • #17
      nothing wrong with a good old 737.....never been on a 777...also never flown United...it could all change...my director is looking at British Airways ATL-LGW...I'd stick with United

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      • #18
        i could be flying in December on a B772 in BizE how is that compared to the B763ER BizE
        Airlines: XT,KL,SN,ACA,DL,AF,TV,SN,OS,LX,WA,NW,FI,US,AW,CO,OH,OO,9W,AA,AE,FL,B6

        Aircraft:AT4,B763,B734,A321,B743,FRJ,B763ER,B772,A343,B733,F70,MD80,AR8,A319,CRJ,F50,D10,D95,A333,B752,B762,ERD,B764,CR9,B77W,AB6,ATR,B717,E190

        Airports: ANR,AMS,ATL,BRU,ATH,JFK,LGA,GSP,CDG,FCO,EWR,FAO,VIE,ZRH,MEM,DTW,KEF,PHL,CLT,IAH,MIA,JAX

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        • #19
          Delta

          Originally posted by Airfrancefan
          i could be flying in December on a B772 in BizE how is that compared to the B763ER BizE
          Only difference is that seats on the 777 are 46' instead wide of 43' on the 763. Also, on the 777 there are two BizE cabins, and the aisle is also wider. That's about it. Seat pitch is also the same.

          -Colin

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          • #20
            Maybe I'm just lucky but I have never encountered a service problem with Delta. I always find their in-flight service to be just fine. They are my first choice when traveling.

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