American flies its premium-configured Airbus A321Ts between New York JFK and Boston. You’ll see all 3 flights between the two airports operated by this plane (late in the year they drop to 2 frequencies, both with these planes).
The American Airlines Airbus A321T is a 3-cabin aircraft with economy (including Main Cabin Extra extra legroom seating), fully flat business class, and 1-1 seating first class. It’s the most luxurious, high-end narrow body aircraft and the best narrowbody plane flying domestically in the U.S.
And flights on the route are priced well, too.
Business class seats are being sold as economy. AAdvantage elite members booking this flight can reserve business class seats for free. In the past American let anyone booking these flights have the business class seats for free, though that’s not how it’s supposed to work (non-elites were booking business class free before, while Main Cabin Extra extra legroom seats were charged!). Here’s the seat map for a booking I walked through while logged in at AA.com.
First class on the A321T is the same seat as American’s international business class product on the Boeing 777-300ER.
Here’s business class:
This is a really short 187 mile flight, you may find yourself on the ground as long as you’re in the air, but it’s a cheap way to experience a pretty cool plane for the next 3 months.