According to the airline, the Tech Ops at Tulsa and Dallas DWH site, retrofitted 31 737-800s, reconfiguring the passenger cabin to add 10 additional seats for a total of 160. Now all 274 737s will have the same configuration.
Meanwhile, 93 Airbus A319s inherited from US Airways were also revamped, by adding four additional seats and taking the total seat count number from 124 to 128, besides receiving in-seat power equipment and the New American Airlines branding.
Last Month, American Airlines announced the plans to retire all of its Airbus A330-300s, Embraer E190s and some of its Boeing 767-300ERs. The widebodies will be replaced by the Boeing 787-8 and 787-9 Dreamliners, and the Airbus A350, which is expected to join the fleet next year.