American Airlines Selects Inflight Canada’s iCACHE Design for Business Class Seat Enhancement

FORT WORTH, Texas, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — American Airlines today announced its selection of Inflight Canada’s iCACHE design as part of the airline’s B767-300 Business Class seat enhancement program. This new and innovative design eliminates all wires within the Business Class cabin and should provide an enhanced in-flight entertainment system.

American recently announced its plans to install lie-flat seats in the Business Class cabin, as well as enhanced in-flight entertainment and larger overhead bins, for its B767-300 fleet. The first aircraft with these product enhancements will be introduced in spring 2006.

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