Narrowbody airliner delivery delays have forced several U.S. airlines to adjust fleet and capacity plans to help keep seats flying while both Boeing and Airbus play catch-up. While the Boeing 737 MAX crisis is causing the most disruption, two carriers cited Airbus A321neo delays as factors in their strategic shifts. One—American Airlines—is scrambling to compensate for both.  American’s latest fleet plan shows that 10 of its 34 757s pegged to retire this year will ...

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