American Airlines To Eliminate First Class Product

American Airlines is the last remaining United States airline to offer a true first-class product, but has plans to phase out the product. There are only two aircraft models in

American's fleet that have a Flagship First cabin. First class phaseout

First class cabins are no longer common in the United States, and in many parts of the world.

Airlines have swapped first class cabins for business class seats, which are smaller but also lie flat. American Airlines is the only remaining U.S. airline with a true

first-class, lie-flat product in its fleet. The airline's Airbus A321T aircraft which are used on select transcontinental routes, have 10 first class seats. American's Boeing

777-300ERs have eight Flagship First seats. The Flagship First class is only offered on aircraft that also have the Flagship Business class, which is located behind first.