American Airlines: Aircraft Fleet
American Airlines is one of the largest airlines in the world, operating a vast fleet of aircraft to destinations across the globe. The airline has a diverse range of aircraft in its fleet, including narrow-body and wide-body planes from several manufacturers.
American Airlines has a total of 881 aircraft in its fleet. The breakdown by aircraft type is as follows:
- Airbus A319: 125
- Airbus A320: 48
- Airbus A321: 231
- Boeing 737-800: 304
- Boeing 737 MAX 8: 24
- Boeing 757-200: 34
- Boeing 767-300ER: 22
- Boeing 777-200ER: 47
- Boeing 777-300ER: 20
- Boeing 787-8: 20
- Boeing 787-9: 34
- Embraer E190: 20
American Airlines has made several significant deals regarding its aircraft fleet in recent years. In 2018, the airline announced an order for 47 Boeing 787 Dreamliners, which will replace older aircraft in its fleet and help to modernize its operations. The airline has also been retiring its older Boeing 757 and 767 planes, replacing them with newer Airbus A321s and Boeing 787s.
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American Airlines is committed to providing a safe and comfortable flying experience for its passengers. The airline's modern fleet of aircraft is equipped with the latest technology and amenities, including in-flight entertainment, Wi-Fi, and power outlets at every seat.
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