American Airlines is expecting to take delivery of its first Airbus A319s in two weeks and should have 15 of the type in its possession by the end of the year. The airline, which has not operated an Airbus aircraft since it retired its A300-600 fleet in 2009, intends to place the narrowbody into service Sept. 16 with flights to Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Memphis International Airport and Wichita Mid-Continent Airport. These A319 ...
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