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?AA To Reconfigure B757 Cabin

Sun Jun 10, 2007 1:21 am

While flying AA1222 from PHX to DFW on June 8, I overheard FAs discussing the upcoming cabin changes to B757s(I am assuming the RR powered). The closet in the rear of the F cabin and the "coffee station"(as they referrred to it) next to the door between F and Y will be removed, a jump seat added and two more F seats. Like I said just a conversation I overheard between two FAs.
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RE:?AA To Reconfigure B757 Cabin

Sun Jun 10, 2007 1:27 am

How about they re-do the seats on that plane.
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RE:?AA To Reconfigure B757 Cabin

Sun Jun 10, 2007 1:53 am

This makes sense, since the AA RR eqipped B-757s are getting winglets. This tells me AA is keeping the (non TWA) B-757 for another 10 years, or so.

Any news on when the the AA/TW B-757 (P&W engine) airplanes start moving to DL?

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