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Old Sep 11, 19, 5:54 am
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AA holds a number of seats out from selection so that they can be assigned to disabled passengers who require them. There is no guarantee that they will be MCE seats. The arrangement of that aircraft would allow for your companion to be seated next to you, across an aisle or immediately in front of or behind you. The more flexible you can be in this regard, the better the seats.

If you are seated in the rear of the aircraft and that presents difficulty in making it to the passenger exit, AA will provide an "aisle chair" (narrow wheelchair) to help you off the aircraft.
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