Before arriving at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Joe Carella, the assistant dean of executive education at the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona’s Phoenix campus, checks the airport’s Facebook page.
American Airlines has done away with plans to squeeze the space between three of the rows on its incoming Boeing 737 Max aircraft to 29 inches.
The move comes in response to feedback from customers and employees since the planned configuration was made public in early May.
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American Airlines has announced that it will be cutting legroom in economy cabins on its new B737 Max aircraft.
Two inches of legroom will be cut from three rows in economy, from 31 inches in the existing B737 Max to 29 in the new aircraft. The rest of the cabin seats will have a pitch of 30 inches.
American Airlines has committed to purchase $200 million of stock in China Southern Airlines.
The investment will give American a 2.7% stake in China Southern, according to a China Southern filing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.