American Airlines is now offering customers the option to pay by electronic check when buying tickets on the airline’s Web site, AA.com.
American Airlines is making priceline.com its exclusivedistribution partner for opaque airline tickets. Terms of theagreement were not disclosed.
American Airlines is installing next-generation Business Class seats on its entire fleet of 47 Boeing 777 aircraft, while adding its luxurious Flagship Suite seats to the First Class cabins of 777s that do not currently feature the popular product.
American Airlines will unveil a newly redesigned AAdvantage eShoppingSM mall, www.aa.com/eshopping a Web site designed to make earning miles easier with a customized online shopping experience.
American Airlines is officially unveiling their NextGeneration Business Class at the NBTA International Convention & Exposition in Chicago.
Continuing its international expansion, American Airlines announced today that it will fly nonstop on two key routes between the United States and the Republic of Ireland—Chicago-Dublin and Boston-Shannon—starting May 1, 2005.
To further assist customers in dealing with the increase in traffic at the airports this holiday season, Travelocity(R) has partnered with American Airlines to offer its customers direct access to one of American`s most popular time saving check-in alternatives—Flight Check-In at AA.com. For more than a year, any domestic passenger with an American e-ticket could bypass check-in lines at the airport by going to AA.com to check-in and print their boarding pass, from anywhere they can find an Internet connection and printer.
FORT WORTH, Texas - American Airlines has launched AA.com® en Español, a Spanish-language travel website specially tailored to serve the needs of the Latin American market.
ST. LOUIS - American Airlines employees in St. Louis, Kansas City, Mo., and Norfolk, Va., are gathering today to celebrate the anniversary of the day they became a part of American Airlines and instantly made American the world’s largest airline.
American Airlines and Canadian Airlines todaybecame the first airlines to implement technology that allows the two carriersto issue electronic tickets on each other.