Beginning Monday, American Airlines will offer lie-flat seats on four of its five flights per day between Boston and Los Angeles. 

AA will use its three-class Airbus A321s, which are configured with American's Flagship First and Flagship Business cabins. Both the business and first-class seats lie flat.

First and business passengers flying to Boston from Los Angeles will also have access to American's Flagship Lounge at LAX.

Boston-Los Angeles will join New York-Los Angeles and New York-San Francisco as domestic routes on which American offers lie-flat seats on a fixed schedule. 

AA sometimes flies other routes using three-class aircraft, including Dallas-Miami, Los Angeles-Miami, Dallas-Chicago and Dallas-San Francisco.

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