American Airlines to Complete Boeing 737, Airbus A319 Fleet Commonality

STAFF | June 13, 2016

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American Airlines is currently retrofitting the passenger cabins of its Airbus A319s and Boeing 737-800s, in order to standardize the features, amenities and company branding.According to the airline, the Tech Ops at Tulsa and Dallas DWH site, retrofitted 31 737-800s, reconfiguring the passenger cabin to add 10 additional seats for a total of 160. Now all 274 737s will have the same configuration.

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