American Airlines is looking to start cabin modifications on about 200 Airbus A321s and 250 Boeing 737-800s starting this fall. The most important change in the cabin-harmonization project is adding seats to both aircraft models, giving them the same capacity as their next-generation family members. The 737-800s will have 172 seats, matching 100 737-8s the carrier recently started receiving, while the A321s will seat 190, matching the carrier’s A321neos. The ...

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