AA Tenative Fleet Plans:
727: 31 remain, 3 more going out on 1/7/02. Retiring approx. 8 at the end of each month. Last flight on May 1st.
737-800: 77 in fleet, no more delivered until 2003. 2002 deliveries deferred, 15 of those to Qantas.
757-200: 117 in fleet, 6 more coming in 2002
767-200: Still going strong
767-300: Order for 15 more (to replace TWA PW 763's) deferred until at least 2003. (A total currently of 78 762's & 763's in fleet)
777-200: 40 in fleet, 3 more coming in 2002, remaining 4 deferred until at least 2003
F-100's: 74 in fleet, still going strong
MD-80's: 259 in fleet, all ex-Reno a/c have been retired. Prior to Sept, first MD-80 was to tenatively be retired in 2004, (this may have changed, later if anything 2006+) (Eventual replacement 737NG's 400+ options on this type)
A300's: 34 in fleet, still going strong.
MD-11's: last 4 were retired back in Oct. 2 still parked at AFW.
Former TWA aircraft:
717's: 30 in fleet, many rumors circulating, still definetely here at least for the short-term (First half 2002)
757's: 27 PW powered, staying in fleet for time being.
767-200's: all retired back in April
767-300's: 9 PW powerd, still flying out of STL for the short term. Eventually to be replaced by AA GE-powered 763's (defered order previously mentiond)
MD-80's: 103 in fleet, some being bought off lease by AA, some (few) being returned to lessors, most staying in fleet.