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mozart
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AA 321s on US Trans-con routes- are they NEOs or CEOs with sharklets?

Mon May 24, 2021 7:10 pm

The title says it all, I was wondering, which type of Airbus A321 are flying Transcontinental routes for American Airlines?


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Re: AA 321s on US Trans-con routes- are they NEOs or CEOs with sharklets?

Mon May 24, 2021 7:17 pm

They are A321-231 aircraft. Not NEOs.
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Re: AA 321s on US Trans-con routes- are they NEOs or CEOs with sharklets?

Mon May 24, 2021 7:19 pm

Their low density ones are CEOs, but they fly trans cons from their hubs with all of the 321s, neos and ceos.
 
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Re: AA 321s on US Trans-con routes- are they NEOs or CEOs with sharklets?

Mon May 24, 2021 7:26 pm

Yeah, looks like they're used interchangeably out of PHX on long and short routes alike. I see ORD, DFW, DEN, PDX, SNA, DCA, LAX all operated by NEOs and regular CEOs flying some of those routes as well.
 
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Re: AA 321s on US Trans-con routes- are they NEOs or CEOs with sharklets?

Mon May 24, 2021 7:32 pm

Depends on the route. I flew DCA-LAX twice in April and they were NEOs.
 
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Re: AA 321s on US Trans-con routes- are they NEOs or CEOs with sharklets?

Mon May 24, 2021 7:33 pm

Thanks.

So the JFK-LAX/SFO flights are then all CEOs? As you said above, the low-density ones are CEO, this is what I conclude, is that right?
 
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Re: AA 321s on US Trans-con routes- are they NEOs or CEOs with sharklets?

Mon May 24, 2021 9:15 pm

mozart wrote:
Thanks.

So the JFK-LAX/SFO flights are then all CEOs? As you said above, the low-density ones are CEO, this is what I conclude, is that right?


Yes, the low-registered, low-density A321ceo are internally identified as A321T. N101NN-N117NN (some with odd suffixes in there) are configured F10C20Y72. N118NN onward in that batch of legacy AA ordered-A321s are C16Y165. The legacy US Airways airframes start at N150UW (and there are some legacy AA ordered planes in that same N150xx onwards registration sequence, with non-UW suffixes) are configured a little differently. There there are the N5nnxx A321ceos, as well as the N9nnxx registered A321ceos in there mixed among the N9nnxx 737-800s.

Source: https://www.planespotters.net/airline/American-Airlines
 
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Re: AA 321s on US Trans-con routes- are they NEOs or CEOs with sharklets?

Mon May 24, 2021 9:29 pm

mozart wrote:
Thanks.

So the JFK-LAX/SFO flights are then all CEOs? As you said above, the low-density ones are CEO, this is what I conclude, is that right?



Correct. There are no A321NEOS in premium transcontinental configuration and.

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