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NEWS Mar 13, 2021 AA MAX Declares Engine Emergency American Airlines flight AA2555 declares emergency due to an engine issue, safely lands. Read More →
NEWS Feb 22, 2021 American Airlines Partners With The Red Cross to Help Storm Victims How American Airlines is helping winter storm victims. Read More →
ROUTES Feb 08, 2021 AAL Announces Major Expansion from Various Hubs American Airlines has announced the latest in a series of aggressive hub expansions, this time from Miami. Read More →
NEWS JetBlue and American Airlines Announce More Details of Codeshare Partnership JetBlue and American Airlines have announced the latest updates and received Department of Transportation (DOT) approval for their new partnership. The new codeshare is expected to further round out American’s domestic network in regions of the country where it has a smaller influence such as the Northeast and will give more slots to JetBlue at busy airports like JFK. Read More →
ROUTES American Airlines Plans More Domestic, Less International Flights in 2021 The world's largest airline is expanding its domestic network in a newfound competition with Southwest and JetBlue. Read More →
NEWS American Airlines A330-200 Being Sent to Long Term Storage A brief rundown of the American A330-200s being put into long term storage. Read More →
NEWS American Airlines to Retire A330-300 A brief rundown of the retirement of American Airlines A330-300. American Airlines is retiring their A330-300 series which they inherited from US Airways when they merged in 2013. Read More →
NEWS Aircraft Retirements Accelerated Due to COVID-19 Many iconic aircraft are being forced into retirement due to the ongoing COVID-19. Which aircraft are being forced into early retirement? Click to see more details Read More →
INFORMATIONAL The Most Family Friendly Airlines of 2020 Lastminute.com just released their list of the most Family Friendly Airlines of 2020. Read More →
NEWS 737MAX to Return to Service on September 4 United Airlines has just announced that they plan to return the 737MAX to service on September 4, 2020. American Airlines has extended their cancellation to August 18, but may continue to keep their MAXs out of service afterwards. Read More →