AA and US Airways Begin Interline Electronic Ticketing

American Airlines and US Airways today announced they now offer interline electronic ticketing to provide passengers with more convenient booking options. 
Customers can use a single electronic ticket when their itineraries include travel on both carriers.  American now offers interline electronic ticketing convenience with most major U.S. airlines, including United Airlines, Continental Airlines

, and Northwest Airlines

Passengers with e-tickets also have the ability to rebook between American and US Airways without having to obtain a paper ticket first.  Previously, customers with e-tickets were required to convert to a paper ticket before transferring between carriers.  Interline e-tickets can be issued by American and US Airways through their respective reservation centers and at airport locations and ticket offices.

American Airlines is the world`s largest carrier.  American, in concert with American Eagle and the AmericanConnection regional carriers, makes up the American Airlines network.  Together, they serve more than 250 cities in 41 countries and territories with approximately 4,400 daily flights.  The combined network fleet numbers more than 1,100 aircraft.  Only American provides More Room Throughout Coach for More Coach Passengers.  American Airlines is a founding member of the oneworld alliance.


US Airways, the US Airways Express carriers and US Airways Shuttle provide service to 200 destinations worldwide, including 37 states in the United States.  In the Caribbean, US Airways and US Airways Express serve 25 destinations.  In Canada, US Airways serves Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa.  US Airways’ European destinations are Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Manchester, Munich, Paris and Rome, with service to Dublin and Shannon beginning in May 2003.

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(23/04/2002) AA Expands Interline E-Ticketing to Northwest Airlines

(21/03/2002) AA & Continental Launch Interline E-Ticket Agreement.

(21/03/2002) Interline Electronic Ticket Agreement Between AA and United