American to improve in-flight entertainment, Admirals Club & more!

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    American Airlines plans to spend $2 billion on new aircraft seats, in-flight entertainment, and power outlets as it as it continues to modernize its fleet to provide passengers with more comfort. American will add seat-back video screens to all but a handful of the new aircraft. The worlds largest airline also plans to instal 500 worktables with 12 power outlets near the gates of its major airports, refurbish the Admirals Club, their airport lounge club, and expand the food offered at the lounge. Additionally, American plans to invest in a $2 billion program which includes new kiosks that are designed to reduce wait times at airport check-in counters by mid-2015. American will also install 400 kiosks in gate areas for those passengers who need to reprint their boarding pass or process same-day upgrades. American is clearly enhancing their equipment to better compete with Delta Airlines, who announced improvements to their in-flight entertainment system earlier this year. American currently has the youngest fleet of any U.S.-based airline. American will continue to receive new planes through the year 2022. Received 100 new aircraft by the end of 2014; Receive an additional 112 aircraft by the end of 2015; Receive 84 aircraft by [...]
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