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January 27, 2012

Photos: American Airlines Reveals Boeing 777-300ER Interior

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American Airlines has finally revealed photos of the long-awaited new interior features soon to be delivered aboard their 777-300ER.

The airline announced details of the new interior just a day after their bankruptcy filing last November, but did not publish any photos until this week. American also announced Thursday that the first route to be served by the new aircraft will be Dallas-Sao Paulo, beginning in June.

American Airlines 777-300ER dramatic archway entrance

Entry to the plane will feature an archway similar to those found on the 737 Sky Interior and 787 Dreamliner. (Photo by American Airlines)

American Airlines Boeing 777-300ER economy class seats

Economy class will feature personal entertainment systems, WiFi and power outlets at every seat. (Photo by American Airlines)

Business Class on American Airlines Boeing 777-300ER

Business Class will include lie-flat seats, each with aisle access, and a 15.9-inch touch screen monitor. (Photo by American Airlines)

American Airlines Boeing 777-300ER the First Class cabin

First Class cabin includes our award-winning Flagship Suite complete with lie-flat seats and a 17-inch touch screen monitor.

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  • wow I wish Airlines in the Philippines can upgrade their design to something similar to this:)