and Japan Airlines have launched interline electronic ticketing.
Customers can use a single electronic ticket (e-ticket) when their
itineraries include travel on American and JAL. American currently flies
to Tokyo, and will add service to Nagoya and Osaka this summer. E-tickets
have a number of benefits to customers. E-tickets: * Cannot be lost or stolen * Make changes and refunds easier * Enable
easier transfer between carriers should a change of airline be necessary
due to weather or other delays
Interline e-tickets can be issued by American and JAL through their
respective reservation centers, and at airport locations, ticket offices
and travel agencies.
American Airlines now offers interline e-ticketing convenience with 23
carriers, including most of the larger U.S. airlines—Alaska Airlines,
America West Airlines, American Trans Air, Aloha Airlines, Continental
Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines, Midwest Airlines, Northwest
Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways. American also has interline e-
ticketing agreements with all seven of its oneworld Alliance partners—
Aer Lingus, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Iberia, LanChile and
American also has interline e-ticketing agreements with AeroMexico,
Mexicana Airlines, KLM and Copa Airlines.
More than 90 percent of all American Airlines customers today travel on
electronic tickets, avoiding lines at the airport. E-tickets are the key
to using American’s growing array of automated services, including the
Flight Check-In(SM) feature on AA.com, AA Curbside Check-In and the more
than 700 AA Self-Service Check-In(SM) machines provided at more than 85