|American Airlines Information|
|For Founded||1930 (as American Airways)|
|Frequent flyer program||AAdvantage|
|Member lounge||Admirals Club|
|Fleet size||615 (+136 orders)|
|Parent company||AMR Corporation|
|Slogan||We know why you fly.|
|Headquarters||Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.|
|Key People||Gerard Arpey (CEO)
Tom Horton (CFO)
American Airlines (AA) is a organization in United States of America. It is a world largest airlines organization. Headquarters of AA is in Fort Worth, Texas. It is adjacent to the Dallas-Forth worth International airport. AA is schedules the planes throughout the United States of America. As well as flights are traveling to Canada, Latin America, United Kingdom, the Caribbean, Europe, Japan, China, and India. The regional air craft is American Eagle Airlines in American Airlines. It is smaller aircraft, regional service and regular aircraft.
American Airlines serving services to 260 cities with 655 aircrafts. These aircrafts carries more travelers between US and Latin America.
American Airlines have 5 hubs totally. They are
- Hub in Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)
- Hub in Chicago (ORD)
- Hub in Miami (MIA)
- Hub in Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in San Juan, PR (SJU)
- Hub in Lambert St Louis International Airport (STL).
In American Airlines the largest hub is Dallas/Fort Worth. From this hub 85 percent of the Peoples traveling to other hubs. Center cities and international gateways are Los Angeles (LAX), New York City-Kennedy (JFK), and Boston (BOS). American operates maintenance bases at Tulsa (TUL), Kansas City (MCI), and Fort Worth Alliance (AFW).
American Airlines includes other air transport organizations like Southern Air Transport in Texas, Southern Air Fast Express (SAFE) in the western US, Universal Aviation in the Midwest, Thompson Aeronautical Services and Colonial Air Transport in the Northeast.
American Airlines (AA) was developed as a single organization based in New York with routes form Boston, Chicago to Dallas, and from Dallas to Los Angeles. This process was processed in 1930, January 25th.
|American Airlines Aircraft||Total||Passengers
|American Airlines Fleet Airbus A300-600R||23||267 (16/251)||Domestic/Latin American short-medium haul|
|American Airlines Fleet Boeing 737-800||77
|North American short-medium haul, Caribbean, Mexico
Most fly out of MIA, DFW, and LAX
|American Airlines Fleet Boeing 757-200||124||188 (22/166)
|Domestic, Caribbean, South America, Hawaii|
|American Airlines Fleet Boeing 767-200ER||15||165 (9/30/126)
|American Airlines Fleet Boeing 767-300ER||58||219 (30/189)
|Transatlantic, South America, Hawaii|
|American Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-200ER||47
|247 (16/37/194)||Transatlantic, transpacific, South America, hub to hub domestic|
|American Airlines fleet Boeing 787-9||(Purchase agreement with Boeing for 42 787s)
(58 further Purchase rights)
|American Airlines Fleet McDonnell Douglas MD-82||191||136 (16/120)
|Short, Medium Haul Domestic, Canada|
|American Airlines Fleet McDonnell Douglas MD-83||80||136 (16/120)
|Short, medium haul domestic, Canada|
|American Airlines Retiree Aircraft Names||Year of Retired|
|BAC 1-11||Year of Retired 1972|
|BAe 146||Year of Retired 1993|
|Boeing 707||Year of Retired 1981|
|Boeing 717||Year of Retired 2002|
|Boeing 727-100||Year of Retired 1993|
|Boeing 727-200||Year of Retired 2002|
|Boeing 737-100||Year of Retired 1993|
|Boeing 737-200||Year of Retired 1993|
|Boeing 737-300||Year of Retired 1993|
|Boeing 747-100||Year of Retired 1984|
|Boeing 747-SP||Year of Retired 1994|
|Fokker 100||Year of Retired 2004|
|McDonnell Douglas DC-10||Year of Retired 2000|
|McDonnell Douglas MD-11||Year of Retired 2002|
|McDonnell Douglas MD-90||Year of Retired 2001|
Partners of the American Airlines are mainly Oneworld, American Connection, and American Eagle. Some times it will offers partnership to some airlines and railways, they are
- Alaska Airlines
- Air Pacific
- Air Tahiti Nui
- Brussels Airlines
- China Eastern Airlines
- El Al Israel Airlines
- EVA Air
- Gulf Air
- Hawaiian Airlines
- Jet Airways
- Vietnam Airlines
- Deutsche Bahn (AiRail Service)
American Airlines Phone Numbers
|English-Speaking Callers||1-800-433-7300||24 hours/day, Daily|
|American Airlines Japanese-Speaking Callers||1-800-237-0027||6:00 a.m. - 12:00 midnight (CT) Daily|
|American Airlines Mandarin Chinese-Speaking Callers||1-800-492-8095||7:00 a.m. - 12:00 midnight (CT) Daily|
|Spanish Speaking Callers||1-800-633-3711||24 hours/day, Daily|
|TDD (hearing and speech impaired) Callers - United States or Canada||1-800-543-1586||24 hours/day, Daily|
- Before You Leave, Check your boarding pass, passport, and other documents.
- If you forgot to bring boarding pass, then take the print out of the email boarding pass or mobile boarding pass.
- If you have any doubts about Flight check-in, you can varified in online.
- Self services check in.
- Curbside check in.
- Baggage should be checked at entrance of the airport.
- All baggage or luggage will be checked by Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
- Your name and address must be on your baggage.
- These name tags are available at all airport luggage check-in locations.
- TSA will not allow locking your baggage.
- Write your name as well as your address outside and also inside.
- Carry valuable things with you means jewelry, mobile phones, cameras and electrical goods.
- Carry compulsory things like medicine, keys with you only.
- Claim your luggage immediately upon arrival.
- Current - "We know why you fly, we're American Airlines."
- AA/TWA merger - "Two great airlines, one great future."
- 2001 (post-9/11) - "We are an airline that is proud to bear the name American."
- Mid 1990s - "Based Here. Best Here."
- Late 1980s - "No other Airline gives you more of America, than American."
- Mid 1980s-mid 1990s - "Something special in the air."
- 1980s-1988- "The On-Time Machine."
- 1970s-1980s - "We're American Airlines, doing what we do best."
- Early 1970s - "It's good to know you're on American Airlines."
- 1967-1969 - "Fly the American Way."
- 1964-1967 - "American built an airline for professional travelers."
- 1950s-early 1960s - "America's Leading (domestic) Airline."
American Airlines Arena:
|American Airlines Arena Location||601 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami FL, 33132
|American Airlines Arena Opened||December 31, 1999|
|American Airlines Arena Owner||Miami Sports and Entertainment Authority|
|American Airlines Arena Operator||Leisure Management International|
|American Airlines Arena Construction cost||$213 million|
|American Airlines Arena Architect||Arquitectonica &
360 Architecture (formerly Heinlein Schrock Stearns)
|American Airlines Arena Capacity||19,600 (With upper levels)
16,000 (Without upper levels)
|American Airlines Arena Tenants|
|Miami Heat (NBA) (2000–present)
Miami Sol (WNBA) (2000–2002)
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