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AA Downgrading from 777's to 767's on DFW-FRA Route

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Does anybody know why AA has taken the 777 out of service on this route? We are booked on flights in September and received notification of a schedule change from AA. Found out that they are no longer using the 777. We are booked in Economy going over and Biz Class on the return.

Besides being smaller, what else is different from the 777's?

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