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AA Announces Main Cabin Extra Legroom

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Seems like a good move on AA's part (www.aa.com) Mehr...

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dbaker
Daniel Baker 1
Reminds me of the old MRTC info graphics.
PhoenixAF24
Brian Hankey 1
I seem to recall that they started this in 2000 after the TWA acquisition as well :) They had the ExtrAA legroom in Coach... They removed it in 2003 I believe...
dbrooks84
David Brooks 1
I remember they did it for a relative short time. They (AA) was getting a lot of negative feedback from customers - espeecially on the MD-80s.
flyinchief
John Oddo 1
They did do that, but what they did was the "more room in coach thing" this will be a few rows in the main cabin, towards the front of the coach cabin. It's not free though, they will charge a lil extra depending on the miles your flight is.
Moviela
Ric Wernicke 1
So now they are going back to the seat spacing before Bob Crandall issued a fiat that all coach passengers should be 5' 2" and 105 lbs.

s2v8377
s2v8377 1
I'm happy to see AA brining back "More Room In Coach"!!! It can't come back fast enough!!!
silverkite
brian hamlin 1
who cares when you're 234million in the hole for January
s2v8377
s2v8377 0
(Duplicate Squawk Submitted)

AA CONTINUES FLEET MODERNIZATION WITH PLANS FOR MAIN CABIN EXTRA

American Airlines today announced plans to outfit its entire mainline fleet with Main Cabin Extra, which will offer more leg room as well as priority boarding. American plans to begin installations this year and over time will update all of its existing aircraft. New 737-800 aircraft being delivered to American will come equipped with Main Cabin Extra seating beginning this fall. Anticipated future aircraft, including A321s, A319s, B777-300ERs and 787s will also offer Main Cabin Extra.

http://www.aa.com/i18n/amrcorp/newsroom/fp_main_cabin_extra.jsp?anchorLocation=NewsroomHomeBanner1&reportedTitle=AMERICAN

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