It is no news to us that AA has announced their ageing 767s by the year 2020. being less than two years from this new era it would be very interesting to know the plans they have in mind for the affected market, specially out of MIA where several Latin American markets are served with this type.
The new AA has a gap between the A321N and the B788, only the first being based in MIA at the time. While both would be potential replacements for the 767, they have considerable differences in cargo capability.
These following markets currently served by the 767 have significant cargo importance for AA:
- Belo Horizonte
Maybe an insider can give us their feedback on the strategy planned for the MIA base with regards to this long anticipated replacement.