Product consistency? Who wants product consistency?
Certainly that’s not the goal at the new American…. at least not as far as Business Class seats are concerned! Due to its merger with US Airways, an aging international fleet and seat supplier issues, American now features no less than nine (9) different international business class products.
Of those, seven (7) are on wide body planes used for the vast majority of international routes to Europe, South America and Asia. Over the past year or so, I’ve been able to fly on each wide body business class cabin in the American fleet, so I figured it was time to decipher the differences and rank them — all in one post!
But first? The candidates (along with my past and future reviews of these flights) – many of these flights were in the last few weeks or months, so are in my queue to either write and/or edit and publish reviews:
- A330-200 and A330-300 “Envoy” Suite
- B767-300 “old” configuration
- MIA-MXP (upcoming)
- B767-300 “new” configuration
- ZRH-JFK (upcoming)
- B777-200 “old” configuration
- MIA-EZE (upcoming)
- SCL-MIA (upcoming)
- B777-200 “new” configuration
- GIG-JFK (upcoming)
- B787-8 Dreamliner
Let’s go ahead and profile each of these types of Business Class seats!