Updated Fleet Plan:https://americanairlines.gcs-web.com/st ... a5694fdabb
333s here through at least the end of 2020
738 retirements pushed back a year (now starting 2020)
50 MAXes deferred from 2020-2022 to 2025 & 2026
Expedited winddown of the 763 fleet in 2020 (down to 5 by end of 2020)
12 788 deliveries in 2020
49 ERDs showing as sticking around through 2020 but I doubt that.
I found the American Eagle fleet plan to be fascinating. There are some pretty clear trends, the CRJ200s are being drastically reduced (surprise!) the Dash-8 variants go away, and there are a few more E175s.
But the parts I found interesting were the CRJ700 trend:
That 2018 bump seems weird, are they switching operators who bring their own CRJ700s? or are they taking a few new ones in for 2018 and retiring the oldest ones come 2019?
Also the ERDs seem to show AA picking up a few more planes from outside. As of 2017 they have 21 in service, and "At the end of the first quarter, the company had 23 ERJ140 regional aircraft in temporary storage, which are not included in the active regional ending fleet count." which means they own 44 total, but they'll be up to 49 of them by 202, so where do the last five come from?
How many cr2 are flying now? Also, which others are leaving beside the zw aircraft?
74m, 772, 763, 764, 752, 733, 734, 738, 739, a319, a320, a321, s80, m88, m90, e190, e170, e175, e140, e145, cr2, cr7, cr9, dh1, dh3, dh4, at72, s340