rw774477
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AA Fleet Numbers

Thu Jun 05, 2003 2:56 pm

Where can I find these on-line ?

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justplanesmart
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RE: AA Fleet Numbers

Thu Jun 05, 2003 7:13 pm

The last update of Bill Harms' Commercial Jet Aircraft Census is still available on the Bird Publishing site, http://www.bird.ch. The fleet numbers for American are listed on the pages for each type, and should include all the current members of the fleet, except the Fokker 100's. And the Fokker Aircraft Page, http://home.concepts-ict.nl/~robbeek/, has the Fokker 100 fleet listed. That should do it.  Smile
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rw774477
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RE: AA Fleet Numbers

Thu Jun 05, 2003 8:56 pm

When the new site took ove,r they dropped the last lwo letters on the 777's and they all appear as '7' !! I hope somebody picks up the ball

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AIR757200
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RE: AA Fleet Numbers

Fri Jun 06, 2003 3:02 am

Per AMR quarterly report, page 16:
http://www.amrcorp.com/investor/AMR10Q1Q03.pdf

Operating aircraft at March 31, 2003, included:

Airbus A300-600R 34
Boeing 737-800 77
Boeing 757-200 151
Boeing 767-200 8
Boeing 767-200 Extended Range 21
Boeing 767-300 Extended Range 52
Boeing 777-200 Extended Range 43
Fokker 100 64
McDonnell Douglas MD-80 362

Total 812

"In addition, the following owned and leased aircraft were not operated by the Company as of March 31, 2003: two owned Boeing 727-200s, 10 operating leased Boeing 717-200s, nine operating leased McDonnell Douglas DC-9s,
three owned McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10s, three operating leased McDonnell Douglas MD-80s, three operating leased Boeing 767-300s, ten owned Fokker 100s..."
-AMR10Q1Q03 report.
 
aa61hvy
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RE: AA Fleet Numbers

Fri Jun 06, 2003 10:18 am

I think AA has a few more 738's and 757s comming on, or at least they were. I recall they have options for more 777s
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AIR757200
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RE: AA Fleet Numbers

Fri Jun 06, 2003 12:03 pm


From what the report shows (pg. 19 of 30), AMR will accept delivery of two Boeing 777-200 ERs, six Boeing 767-300ERs, 18 Embraer regional jets and eight Bombardier CRJ-700s in 2003.

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