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American Airlines New York City (JFK, LGA) Strategy

American Airlines recently announced they would be cutting their New York (JFK) to Orlando (MCO) route, which caused some questions on what American’s plan for New York is, and if they’re going in a “downward spiral”. In New York, there’s two airports which American Airlines primarily operates out of which are New York’s John F.…

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American Airlines Passengers Choose Hotels for Delays/Cancellations

American Airlines has recently rolled out a new platform that will allow passengers to choose their own hotel when facing a lengthy delay or cancellation. In addition, passengers will be ale to choose meal vouchers as well electronically and be emailed the voucher. This is a great new initiative from American and can really save…

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Why American Airlines Flight Attendants Are Pushing Credit Card Applications So Much

Have you flown American Airlines recently? Then you’ll know that they’re constantly hawking credit card applications inflight. It’s not uncommon to hear the offer upwards of four times during the flight, but you may wonder why. Well, American Airlines Flight Attendants receive a $75 referral bonus until January 31, 2019 for anyone they can sign-up…

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American Airlines Up To 1,000 Bonus Miles

American Airlines is offering a bonus of up to 1,000 miles when you shop through their AAdvantage shopping portal between now and 1/10/19. If you have some shopping to do, check this deal out! 1/2/19 – 1/10/19 AAdvantage shopping portal Earn 1,000 miles when you spend $300 Earn 500 bonus miles when you spend $150 American…

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Earn 120,000 Bonus American AAdvantage Miles

American Airlines has announced their latest Buy Miles promotion, which is running now through January 6, 2019, where you can earn up to 120,000 bonus American Airlines AAdvantage miles. American Airlines constantly offers promotions when purchasing miles, so I’m not the least surprised to see another one being offered. With this new offer if you wanted…

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American Airlines Announces Several New Routes in 2019

American Airlines announced they’ll be launching 18 new domestic and international routes in 2019 as well as additional seats from Dallas Ft. Worth to Paris and Madrid. Highlights include a new destination — Kalispell, Montana (FCA) and a return to Halifax, Nova Scotia (YHZ). This comes on the heels of United Airlines Announce Several New SFO International Routes…

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American Airlines Adds Zoes Kitchen Items Onboard

Earlier this month, American Airlines rolled out new food-for-sale menu items inspired by fast-casual Mediterranean restaurant Zoës Kitchen. Some of the new items include, a breakfast sandwich on a waffle brioche bun, the Zoës Gruben signature turkey sandwich, a grilled chicken wrap and a hummus dip. These items will be available for purchase on most…

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American Airlines AAdvantage 2019 Program Changes

American Airlines announced changes to their AAdvantage program, when it comes to earning mileage credit, how elite status is earned, as well as new benefits for Executive Platinum members. Here’s a rundown of the changes to American Airlines AAdvantage program: Per American Airlines, We’re introducing a few updates effective January 1, 2019, for AAdvantage members, including new…

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Earn 100,000 Bonus American AAdvantage Miles

American Airlines has announced their latest Buy Miles promotion, which is running now through November 26, 2018, where you can earn up to 100,000 bonus American Airlines AAdvantage miles. American Airlines constantly offers promotions when purchasing miles, so I’m not the least surprised to see another one being offered. With this new offer if you wanted…

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Drunk American Airlines Ramp Agent Falls Asleep in Cargo Hold….

An American Airlines ramp agent at fell asleep at work in the cargo hold of a Boeing 737-800 at Kansas City International Airport. The flight ended up taking off without any other co-workers noticing and the ramp agent found himself in Chicago, once the flight landed. The ramp agent was sent back to Chicago, however no…

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American Airlines Announces Several New Domestic and International Routes

American Airlines announced they’ll be launching several new domestic and international routes in 2019. A large majority of these new routes are due to a lease agreement they’ve reached at Dallas Ft. Worth with the airport resulting in 15 new regional gates after renovating the Terminal E satellite gates. In addition to the added regional flying…

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American Airlines Flight Attendants Now ‍​​​​‌‌‌​​‌‌​‌​​‌‌‌​‍Integrated

Earlier this week, American Airlines has made great strides with their flight attendant workgroups, and as of Monday, ‍​​​​‌‌‌​​‌‌​‌​​‌‌‌​‍October 1, 2018, the airline has completed their‍​​​​‌‌‌​​‌‌​‌​​‌‌‌​‍ flight attendant operational integration, which has been a four-year journey. Prior to this integratation pre-merger U.S. Airways flight attendants couldn’t fly with American Airlines flight attendants and vice versa,…

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Earn 42,500 Bonus American AAdvantage Miles

American Airlines has announced their latest Buy Miles promotion, which is running now through October 8, 2018, where you can earn up to 42,500 bonus American Airlines AAdvantage miles. American Airlines constantly offers promotions when purchasing miles, so I’m not the least surprised to see another one being offered. With this new offer if you wanted…

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American Airlines Follows Delta and United On Increased Checked Baggage Fees

American Airlines is the latest U.S. airline to increase their checked baggage fees, effective Sept. 21, 2018. If you want to check a bag on your next flight, it will now cost you $30 for the first bag, and $40 for the second checked bag. It’s clear that American is following its competitors United and Delta, as we shared…

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American Airlines Adds Three New Craft Beers Onboard

Starting September 1, 2018, American Airlines will be shuffling up their beers offered onboard their flights, with the introduction of three new beers. New offerings include Fat Tire White, Goose Island IPA, and Sam Adam’s Octoberfest. As a result the airline will discontinue serving Budweiser, VooDoo Ranger, and Sam Adam’s Boston Lager. Here’s what we learned from American:…

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American Airlines Launches Several New Routes to Europe

American Airlines announced that they will be launching several new routes to Europe which include ‍​​​​‌‌‌​​‌‌​‌​​‌‌‌​‍nine new routes and some schedule adjustments‍​​​​‌‌‌​​‌‌​‌​​‌‌‌​‍ to their 2018 winter and 2019 summer international flying. ‍​​​​‌‌‌​​‌‌​‌​​‌‌‌​‍It’s likely that some of these changes are due to increased fuel costs, as the airline looks for more consistently profitable flying. Here’s a highlight on what’s…

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Lounge Review: American Airlines Flagship Lounge Los Angeles (LAX)

American Airlines operates several Flagship Lounges in the United States to provide their business and first-class passengers on international and transcontinental flights a premium experience. On a recent layover in Los Angeles (LAX) I had the chance to visit and enjoy the elevated service it provides. The lounge entrance is located just past the security…

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Earn 85,000 Bonus American AAdvantage Miles

American Airlines has announced their latest Buy Miles promotion, which is running now through August 31, 2018, where you can earn up to 85,000 bonus American Airlines AAdvantage miles. American Airlines constantly offers promotions when purchasing miles, so I’m not the least surprised to see another one being offered. With this new offer if you wanted…

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American Airlines Boeing 777 Utilization at Miami International Airport

At a recent town hall meeting, American Airlines CEO Doug Parker was asked about the airlines Boeing 777 Utilization at Miami International Airport, as some of these planes are reporting “sitting in the sunshine for hours”, and it was asked if they’d start using these on short-haul flights from Miami during the day. When it comes…

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