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At American, the biggest airline in the world, the Airbus A320 is gradually being replaced by the Airbus A321, a larger, more-efficient sibling. The 320 seats 150, while the A321 seats 187 and uses only slightly more fuel. At a time when U.S. airlines generally seem to fill nearly every seat they have to offer, who wouldn’t? American President Scott Kirby said last week at the Wolfe Research airline investor conference, “At American and US Airways, when we’ve had decisions in front of us, we’ve taken all A321s, We’re migrating to the largest in class for all aircraft.



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