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Saturday, 25 June 2011

Current

Current

American Airlines had an average fleet age of 14.5 years in August 2010.[83] American Airlines operates an all-Boeing fleet (including aircraft produced by McDonnell Douglas before it merged with Boeing in 1997), one of only two legacy carriers which have such a fleet, the other being Continental Airlines.[84] Below is the current fleet of operating aircraft:[85]
American Airlines fleet
Aircraft In service Orders Passengers IFE Introduction Notes
F J Y Total
Boeing 737–800 153 54[86] 0 16 Old: 132
New: 148
Old: 148
New: 160
Old: Overhead monitors, audio system
New: LCD overhead monitors, audio system
Select aircraft: Go-Go Inflight Internet
1999 Aircraft in the new configuration have AC power outlets underneath the seats in all rows.[87]
Aircraft in the old configuration have DC power underneath the seats in select rows.[88]
All 737–800 aircraft will be receiving the new cabin configuration.
N951AA is a retro jet.
Boeing 757–200 Domestic: 106
Int'l: 18
0 Domestic: 22
Int'l: 16
166 Domestic: 188
Int'l: 182
All aircraft: Overhead monitors, audio system
Business Class in International Configuration: AVOD
1989 Winglets (All)
All in International configuration (75L) have lie-flat seats in Business Class
All aircraft have DC power underneath the seats in select rows.[89][90]
Oneworld Livery: N174AA
N679AN was a former retro jet.
Boeing 767-200ER 15 10 30 128 168 All aircraft: Go-Go Inflight Internet, overhead monitors, and audio system
First and Business Class: AVOD
1986 These aircraft usually operate the American Flagship Service (AFS) trancontinental routes (New York to/from Los Angeles or San Francisco) but occasionally operates JFK-MIA.
All aircraft have DC power underneath the seats in select rows.[91]
Boeing 767-300ER 58 0 195 225 All aircraft: Overhead monitors, audio system
Business Class: AVOD
1988 Winglets (11);[92] To be fitted with winglets[93]
Lie-flat seats in Business Class
All aircraft have DC power underneath the seats in select rows.[94]
Oneworld livery: N395AN
Boeing 777-200ER 47 7[95] 16 37 194 247 All aircraft: AVOD (First/Business Class), semi-AVOD (Economy class), overhead monitors, audio system 1999 Flat bed seats in First Class
Lie-flat seats in Business Class
All aircraft have DC power underneath the seats in select rows.[96]
Oneworld livery: N791AN and N796AN
Special Livery: Pink Ribbon (N759AN)
Boeing 777-300ER 6[97]
TBA
TBA
2012
TBA
Boeing 787–9 42 and 58 options
TBA
TBA
TBA(Estimated 2014)[98]
Although it has not yet placed a firm order,
the Airline has purchase rights for 42 aircraft and options for 58 more.[98]
McDonnell Douglas MD-82 137 0 16 124 140 Select aircraft: Go-Go Inflight Internet 1983 Largest operator of the MD-82
All aircraft have DC power underneath the seats in select rows.[99]
Oldest being replaced by: Boeing 737–800
McDonnell Douglas MD-83 88 Select aircraft: Go-Go Inflight Internet 1987 Largest operator of the MD-83
All aircraft have DC power underneath the seats in select rows.[99]
Oldest being replaced by: Boeing 737–800
Total 622 106



*Aircell Internet Broadband access is available on all Boeing 767–200 aircraft and on select McDonnell Douglas MD-80 and Boeing 737–800 aircraft.[100] Note that on two-class domestic flights (including flights to Hawaii), the highest premium class is branded as First Class, while on flights to the Caribbean, Canada, Mexico, and Central America, it is referred to as Business Class.

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