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Timeline for retirement....AA's A333 & E190s?

Tue Nov 14, 2017 5:54 pm

I thought I read that 2018 would be their last year. All gone by Dec 31, 2018? Was thinking about running up to CLT to catch these. Do the 190s even go to CLT?

I live in Florida...do either come down here?




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Re: Timeline for retirement....AA's A333 & E190s?

Tue Nov 14, 2017 6:56 pm

[quote="727LOVER" Do the 190s even go to CLT?

I live in Florida...do either come down here?[/quote]

No, the E190s are based out of PHL but rotate in on the DCA-LGA-BOS Shuttle routes but they are moving more towards A319s. The closest the come to CLT is PHL-RDU several times a day.

I believe the 190s fly to PBI and JAX and I've seen them once a day to RSW in the past.
 
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Re: Timeline for retirement....AA's A333 & E190s?

Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:17 pm

I saw an AA E190 in Fort Myers the other day.
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Re: Timeline for retirement....AA's A333 & E190s?

Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:18 pm

Add AUS and MSY to the E190 list.
 
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Re: Timeline for retirement....AA's A333 & E190s?

Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:19 pm

jetsetter629 wrote:
[quote="727LOVER" Do the 190s even go to CLT?

I live in Florida...do either come down here?


No, the E190s are based out of PHL but rotate in on the DCA-LGA-BOS Shuttle routes but they are moving more towards A319s. The closest the come to CLT is PHL-RDU several times a day.

I believe the 190s fly to PBI and JAX and I've seen them once a day to RSW in the past.[/quote]

Wrong. You can see AA 190s in CLT pretty much every day. On various days of the week right now....

BNA 10:05 CLT 12:34 1H29M --- AA401/E90

PHL 05:15 CLT 06:58 1H43M --- AA602/E90
PHL 10:29 CLT 12:22 1H53M --- AA459/E90

ATL 11:11 CLT 12:33 1H22M --- AA843/E90

And theres probably more.
 
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Re: Timeline for retirement....AA's A333 & E190s?

Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:20 pm

Cool...RSW is only 90 minutes away.....hard airport to shoot, though :(
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Re: Timeline for retirement....AA's A333 & E190s?

Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:24 pm

I will prob make a trip up to CLT....just need info on when it will be to late....like say, next October?
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Re: Timeline for retirement....AA's A333 & E190s?

Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:28 pm

I am scheduled to fly from Phil to Barcelona on a A330 next summer .... I would LOVEEEE if some how magically we fly in a 787 or any other plane! So please AA ... retire them!
 
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Re: Timeline for retirement....AA's A333 & E190s?

Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:42 pm

Buffalomatt1027 wrote:
I am scheduled to fly from Phil to Barcelona on a A330 next summer .... I would LOVEEEE if some how magically we fly in a 787 or any other plane! So please AA ... retire them!


THANK YOU for your POINTLESS contribution to this thread. :roll:
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Re: Timeline for retirement....AA's A333 & E190s?

Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:01 pm

Buffalomatt1027 wrote:
I am scheduled to fly from Phil to Barcelona on a A330 next summer .... I would LOVEEEE if some how magically we fly in a 787 or any other plane! So please AA ... retire them!

Why would you want that fly in narrower seat?
 
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Re: Timeline for retirement....AA's A333 & E190s?

Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:20 pm

Buffalomatt1027 wrote:
I am scheduled to fly from Phil to Barcelona on a A330 next summer .... I would LOVEEEE if some how magically we fly in a 787 or any other plane! So please AA ... retire them!

LOL
Are you serious? The A330 is superior to the 787 in AA's configuration. I'll take the 2-4-2 configuration of the A330 over the 3-3-3 seating on the 787 any day of the week. As someone who's flown on both aircraft with AA, the only advantage the 787 has is the IFE and the moodlighting. Other than that, the seats on the A330 are wider and more comfortable, and the fact that if you're in the window, you only need to climb over one person to access the aisle, whereas on the 787 you have to climb over two.

Anyways, back on topic, AA also sends the E190 on the occasional PHL-PBI flights, mostly on Saturdays. I've also seen them send the 190 from LGA-PBI as well. American used to have a 2x weekly flight on their PHL-FLL service last winter, but they were replaced this winter with another A320.
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Re: Timeline for retirement....AA's A333 & E190s?

Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:58 pm

jeffh747 wrote:
LOL
Are you serious? The A330 is superior to the 787 in AA's configuration. I'll take the 2-4-2 configuration of the A330 over the 3-3-3 seating on the 787 any day of the week. As someone who's flown on both aircraft with AA, the only advantage the 787 has is the IFE and the moodlighting. Other than that, the seats on the A330 are wider and more comfortable, and the fact that if you're in the window, you only need to climb over one person to access the aisle, whereas on the 787 you have to climb over two.

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Will this be a case of "If it ain't Boeing I ain't going"? :banghead:
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Re: Timeline for retirement....AA's A333 & E190s?

Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:02 pm

:[/quote] I am scheduled to fly from Phil to Barcelona on a A330 next summer .... I would LOVEEEE if some how magically we fly in a 787 or any other plane! So please AA ... retire them :[/quote]

Will this be a case of "If it ain't Boeing I ain't going"? :banghead:[/quote]
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Re: Timeline for retirement....AA's A333 & E190s?

Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:08 pm

AASAP777 wrote:
jeffh747 wrote:
LOL
Are you serious? The A330 is superior to the 787 in AA's configuration. I'll take the 2-4-2 configuration of the A330 over the 3-3-3 seating on the 787 any day of the week. As someone who's flown on both aircraft with AA, the only advantage the 787 has is the IFE and the moodlighting. Other than that, the seats on the A330 are wider and more comfortable, and the fact that if you're in the window, you only need to climb over one person to access the aisle, whereas on the 787 you have to climb over two.

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Will this be a case of "If it ain't Boeing I ain't going"? :banghead:

Of course not as I do prefer the 787 in general over the A330 from an engineering perspective, but as a passenger, the A330 is more preferable with AA due to the different configurations.
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