AA: 32B or nor 32B that is the question.

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    American Airlines (AA) is confusingly using the 32B designator for two very different plane types. Whilst both are Airbus A321's that's where the similarity ends. Once has three class, flat beds and a small coach section. The other, is more traditional with a small First Class cabin and a huge coach. You need to know which is which! The post AA: 32B or nor 32B that is the question. appeared first on Miles from Blighty.

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