American plans to enhance and modernize travel with customer-pleasing interiors onboard its more
than 200 new narrowbody deliveries from Airbus and Boeing, part of the previously announced order
for 460 new aircraft.
· Delivery of 130 current generation Airbus aircraftfrom the A321 and A319 variants and up to 100 Boeing
737-800s through 2017.
· The overall design, trim and finish of these aircraft will reflect the look and feel of the new American and
will complement the interior design scheme ofthe airline’s Boeing 777-300ERs and redesigned 777-200ERs to provide customers with a more consistent experience between aircraft types.
· Inflight Wi-Fi; in-seat entertainment at every seat; fully charged with individual 110-volt universal AC
power outlets and USB jacks.
· Main Cabin Extra seating, installed on all new deliveries beginning in August 2012 on the 737-800, will
offer the option of more legroom and priority boarding privileges.
A321 Transcontinental Aircraft
· Configured with 10 fully lie-flat First Class seats in a 1-1 configuration, giving every seat direct aisle
access – a feature that no other domestic airline offer.
· The Business Class cabin will be outfitted with 20 fully lie-flat seats in a 2-2 configuration.
· Main Cabin seats will be in a 3-3 configuration; every seatback will have an 8.9-inch HD-capable
touchscreen monitor with an assortment of movies, TV programs, games and audio selections.More
legroom is available with 36 Main Cabin Extra seats.
· Transcon customers will have access to the latest in inflight entertainment, with seat-to-seat chat, live text
news and weather updates, 3-D moving maps, airport maps, connecting gate information, and more.
· Premium class cabins feature complimentary inflight entertainment selection of up to 75 movies, more
than 150 TV programs, more than 350 audio selections and up to 15 games will be available on a 15.4-inch HD-capable touchscreen monitor positioned in each seat.
American intends to take delivery of these aircraft beginning in November 2013 through 2014. The A321
transcontinental aircraft will replace American’s existing fleet of Boeing 767-200s and fly between New York JFK
and San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Remaining A321s, as well as all of the A319s and 100 737-800 new deliveries, will enrich the inflight experience
with modern technology and entertainment options for customers traveling throughout the United States.
Source = American Airlines