ORLANDO—American Airlines is close to a major milestone in its massive narrowbody fleet upgrade program, putting a Boeing 737-800 prototype through final evaluation and certification testing at its Tulsa, Oklahoma, maintenance facility with an eye toward starting modification lines after the peak summer flying season. American’s program, dubbed Project Oasis internally, will outfit new cabins on about 250 737-800s and 200 Airbus A321s. The most important change in the ...

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