American Airlines 777-300 Business Class Reno Air Amenity Kits

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American Airlines is running a limited time campaign where they are honoring their heritage from more than 9 airlines that now form the world’s largest airline.

On a recent flight from Los Angeles to London on an American Airlines 777-300 we received a TWA amenity kit. I think it’s kinda cool.

But on a more recent flight back from London to Los Angeles we received an even more rare relic of the past.

American Airlines 777-300 Business Class


The previous TWA amenity kit is rare but more we’ll known. This Reno Air kit is rare but much less well known.

The thing I like most about it is the green snow capped mountains on the inside.

So far we’ve been able to collect two of the 9 limited time amenity kits. We are on our way to collect them all. How many have you collected so far and which is your favorite one?

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  1. I used to fly from SJC-LAX all the time as a child on Reno Air. This brings back some very fond memories, including my first ever domestic F upgrade flying solo for something like $30 one way. I would love one of these, and the PSA kit. Used to fly that a lot as an even younger youngster.

    I heard its supposed to double as a case for an ipad mini. Does that look accurate?

  2. Thanks for the pic so I don’t have to open mine and I can keep it as an unopened collectable.

  3. Hi Brandon – Wow, your first person I’ve heard who’s actually flown Reno air. Are there more of you? It does double as a case, and a nice one at that. Unfortunately ours has already opened and the contents used, otherwise we’d give it away.

  4. I’m another fan of the former Reno Air. At 6’7″, I loved the affordable first class upgrades ($30 sounds correct) and earning AAdvantage miles. Mostly LAX-SJC and LAX-TUS.

    Are these only available in Business Class? I have an upcoming AA 777-300 award flight in First Class. I would trade that kit for this Reno Air kit!

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