American Airlines, the big commercial airline of the United States announced its decision to end the services of its Boeing 767-200. The carrier has been using this aircraft predominantly to ply on trans-continental routes. However, the last of the B767-200 will fly for the airline on May 7, 2014 between Los Angeles and New York. The airline may decide to alter the day as per its own convenience though.
All these years the B777 has transported passengers from New York to San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Miami. It will also fly for the last time between New York and San Francisco on March 31, 2014, and between New York and Miami on May 7, 2014.
Passengers will soon get an opportunity to book plane tickets on Airbus A321-200s instead. The carrier has decided to replace the Boeing model with the latest Airbus offering. B767-200 was launched by the airline way back in 1982. It has been slowly replacing the honored aircraft with latest models available in the industry.
The carrier operates out of its hubs at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, and Miami International Airport. Its headquarter is based in Fort Worth, Texas and it flies to a vast number of destinations across the United States, North America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe and Asia Pacific.