American wrestles with plan to replace aging jetliners

03/9/2008 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

American Airlines wants to buy aircraft to replace today's current narrow-body jetliners. In the meantime, it continues to fly its aging McDonnell Douglas MD-80s, which burn up to 30% more fuel than the Boeing 737. If the airline replaces its older planes now, it may miss the next generation of fuel-efficient aircraft, observers say.

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