The Airbus A319 will enter into service in September, flying out of D/FW to Charlotte, Cleveland, Memphis and Wichita, Kan. The Fort Worth-based carrier is using the A319s to replace its aging MD-80 fleet.
"Everything about the new A319 aircraft has been designed with the customer at the center," said American's chief commercial officer Virasb Vahidi in a statement made on Tuesday when the carrier accepted the plane from Airbus at the manufacturing facility in Hamburg, Germany.
The new plane has leather seats, Wi-Fi and in-seat entertainment. American said there are individual power outlets and USB jacks at every seat. According to SeatGuru.com, the A319 will have 128 seats, including 8 in first class and 18 Main Cabin extra seats.
The aircraft arrived from Bangor, Maine where it had made a fuel stop after leaving Germany.