American Airlines has decided against installing seatback video screens on its incoming fleet of Boeing 737 MAXs. American’s first 737 MAX models, the initial deliveries of a February 2013 order for 100 of the type, are scheduled to arrive later this year. American announced the development in a Jan. 24 post on the company’s employee website. “More than 90% of our passengers already bring a device or screen with them when they fly. Those phones and tablets are continually ...

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