10 Facts About American Air


American Air offers domestic Flagship First service on transcontinental routes between New York–JFK and Los Angeles, New York–JFK and San Francisco, New York-JFK and Santa Ana, Boston and Los Angeles, and Miami and Los Angeles, as well as on the standard domestic route between New York-JFK and Boston.

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American Air retained Main Cabin Extra when the new Premium Economy product entered service in late 2016.

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On many routes, American offers Basic Economy, the airline's lowest main cabin fare.

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Originally Basic Economy passengers could only carry a personal item, but American Air later revised their Basic Economy policies to allow for a carry-on bag.

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In May 2017, American Air announced it would be adding more seats to some of its Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets and reducing overall legroom in the basic economy class.

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American Air Eagle is a network of six regional carriers that operate under a codeshare and service agreement with American Air, operating flights to destinations in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, and Mexico.

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In 2015, American Air announced that it would build a new headquarters in Fort Worth.

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In 1931, Goodrich Murphy, an American Air employee, designed the AA logo as an entry in a logo contest.

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In January 2013, American Air launched a new rebranding and marketing campaign dubbed, "The New American Air".

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Parker announced that American would keep a US Airways and America West heritage aircraft in the fleet, with plans to add a heritage TWA aircraft and a heritage American plane with the old livery.

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