American released photos on Friday of its new Boeing 767 international business class seat. It’s not the same seat they’ve put onto their new 777-300ERs. The Boeing 767 isn’t a wide enough aircraft to put in that same seat and still have 4 across seating. But the new 767 seat retains all-aisle access — a seat at each window and two seats in the middle. The 767-300 seat is essentially the same that Delta chose for its 767s and several other carriers use. Some will find the new seats narrow (an armrest that pushes down into the seat can open up the space a bit) and tall folks will probably find that the foot cubby is on the narrow side. The plane gets refreshed lavatories, and the economy cabin will have new seat covers and cushions. Business class gets AC power ports finally, and USB ports. For inflight entertainment, they won’t be putting in audio/video on demand. And these planes don’t get internet. They’re updating the main screens and overhead monitors with new LCD monitors and digital audio systems, and business class will continue to get personal Samsung Galaxy tablets. Going fully flat they are reducing capacity from 30 to 28 seats. The new seat will debut on the New York JFK – Zurich route April 1st. They’ll be proceeding with addition retrofits of 767s, with about half (25?) of their 58 aircraft being converted by the end of 2015 and the other half being retired. American hasn’t given a firmer timeline for the retrofit or what other routes will be getting the seats in what order.