American Airlines to add seats to 737s and MD-80s, matching supply to demand

AMR Corp., the parent company of American Airlines, plans to add more seats to some aircraft. The carrier plans to add seats to Boeing 737s and McDonnell Douglas MD-80s. Lauri Curtis, American's vice president of flight service, said, "As you probably know, we are constantly taking a look at what our operation needs, and that includes how our fleet is configured. And sometimes, we make adjustments when we think it helps match supply to demand but can still be competitive."

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