Old Nov 29, 18, 11:02 am
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Austin787
 
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Originally Posted by mizzou miles View Post
Wonder if this (hopefully) means the end of BOSJFK on the A321T
Maybe not. They could continue to fly A321T on BOS-JFK to position the aircraft for its transcon flights.

Originally Posted by PHL View Post
And sill no PHL-LAX with the A321T. I would have thought BOS and PHL have a similar premium demand for the LAX market.
AA is responding to Delta, United, and JetBlue who fly flat beds on LAX-BOS. No competitor flies flat beds on LAX-PHL. However, one of AA's LAX-PHL flights is on A330 which has flat beds.
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