New Boeing 737s to help American Airlines cut costs, boost efficiency  As energy prices soar, airlines are doing all they can to cut business costs and improve efficiency. According to a recently published report, American Airlines will benefit from the arrival of new Boening 737s that were designed to optimize energy efficiency. 

Tulsa World reports that AA took delivery this week of its first Boeing 737 with the new Boeing Sky Interior. In an effort to streamline its operations and rein in soaring costs, AA invested $5.5 billion to upgrade its aging fleet of aircrafts over the next five years.

The Boeing Sky Interior features, among other aspects, programmable and long-lasting light-emitting diodes (LEDs), larger overhead luggage bins, more headroom and larger windows. Further, the overhead lighting can be adjusted to provide various effects during flights, including a soft blue sky and a vibrant yellow hue.

American Airlines chief commercial officer Virasb Vahidi said the new aircrafts would increase customer satisfaction and help the company's bottom line.

"American Airlines has made a significant investment to enrich the flying experience for our customers through the purchase of new aircraft and the refurbishment of our existing fleet," Vahidi affirmed. "The delivery of the first 737-800 with the new Boeing Sky Interior is our most recent step to deliver on this commitment." 
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