American Airlines pulled 14 recently modified Boeing 737-800s from service because of “quality” issues with the new interior work and is inspecting them, the airline said March 7. The modification work is part of American’s Project Oasis, which will see cabin updates on 737-800s so their capacities match larger 737-8s. Similar work is being done to harmonize A321 and A321neo interiors. Everett, Washington-based Aviation Technical Services (ATS), one of several ...

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