|Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 1):|
For now, it is permanent. It is debateable, however, how this is "good news". AA's 737-800s are roomy, comfortable, and, despite no longer having MRTC, still have better than average seat pitch. The 757s are older, have terrible IFE (by this I mean the TV screens project a picture that hasn't been accepetable since 1987), and a very weak F cabin.
The good thing is that MAR gets a bigger plane, that's usually good news. From a pax point of view it might not be an upgrade. But it definetely shows that MAR is doing good for AA
cargo or pax wise.
But I wonder if the extra capacity is really needed... I mean, despite AA
average loads around 75% (rough average), VH
flights are something to be sad about. Tomorrow's flight MAR-MIA
has only 25 pax in Y and 1 in C. MIA
-MAR is even worse: 23Y/0 C. Seats are going empty, at least VH
Saludos desde Caracas,