Two days ago, the Featured Map was about American Airlines' First 787 Dreamliner Routes. American also has another new long-haul aircraft in the fleet: Boeing's 777-300ER. Compared to the 787, American's 777-300ER fleet is flying a relatively unremarkable set of heavily travelled, long-haul routes. The core is twice-daily flights on the world's busiest intercontinental route, between New York (JFK) and London Heathrow. Heathrow also features 777-300ER service to Los Angeles, while a third trip from JFK to São Paulo continues to American's primary hub at Dallas-Fort Worth.
As this map is being posted, American's 17th and newest 777-300ER (N733AR) is flying its second revenue flight, AA 962 GRU-DFW, and will continue on to Hong Kong later in the day.
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