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Together with regional partner American Eagle, we offer an average of nearly 6,700 flights daily to 350 destinations in 50 countries. We’re a founding member of the oneworld® alliance, whose members and members-elect offer nearly 14,250 flights daily to 1,000 destinations in 150 countries.
In 2016, American Airlines Group Inc. topped Fortune magazine’s list of best business turnarounds and its stock (NASDAQ: AAL) joined the S&P 500 index.
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Founded in 1930, we’re now one of the largest airlines in the world. Throughout the years, American has created more than 900,000 jobs worldwide and supported close to 1,400 nonprofit organizations.
The oneworld® alliance is a group of the world’s leading airlines; committed to providing the highest level of service and convenience to frequent international travelers.
American Eagle is a network of 10 regional carriers that operate under a codeshare and service agreement with American. Together they operate 3,400 daily flights to 240 destinations in the U.S., Canada, the Caribbean and Mexico.
3 are subsidiaries of American Airlines Group:
Plus 7 other contracted carriers:
Envoy Air Inc. operates 180 aircraft on 900 daily flights to more than 150 destinations in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The company’s more than 14,000 employees provide regional flight and ground handling services to American under the American Eagle brand.
Piedmont Airlines, Inc. operates 300 daily flights to 51 cities in the eastern U.S. Piedmont employs nearly 6,000 people in its flying and ground handling operations.
PSA Airlines Inc. operates 700 daily flights to nearly 90 destinations. The company's more than 3,000 employees are stationed around the U.S. as flight crews and maintenance staff.
In February 2010, American Airlines and Japan Airlines (JAL) filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) for antitrust immunity to create a closer relationship and a joint business agreement governing the operation of their flights between North America and Asia.
On October 6, 2010, the DOT granted the two airlines tentative antitrust immunity approval and permission to operate a joint business across the Pacific.
Today, American and JAL coordinate fares, services and schedules, offer customers reciprocal frequent flyer benefits and grant eligible customers access to the airport lounges of both airlines.
On July 20, 2010, American, British Airways and Iberia received approval from the DOT to create a joint business governing flights between North America and Europe. As a result of the antitrust immunity, they expanded their global cooperation.
Finnair joined the partnership in 2013 and Philadelphia (PHL) and Charlotte (CLT) became the largest East Coast gateways to Europe; giving customers access to more than 100 destinations throughout North America with one-stop connections.
With combined operations, the joint business serves 29 destinations in North America and 25 destinations in Europe, operating nearly 100 routes between the two regions.
American’s Headquarters occupies a total of about 1.4 million square feet and is home to more than 4,300 employees. Just a few minutes south of Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), Headquarters is at the heart of the airline’s global route network; an important advantage in managing the worldwide enterprise.
When the center first opened in 1957 as the American Airlines Stewardess College, it was one of the first in the industry for centralized training of airline cabin attendants.
Still American’s base for training flight attendants, the center is now used for conferences, team-building programs and catered events for many companies.
The facility includes:
The Flight Academy is the center for all pilot training activities at American and American Eagle. Recognized by the aerospace industry as one of the finest flight-training facilities in the world, the Flight Academy operates 365 days a year and has more than 1,000 American pilots visit for training each month.
The Flight Academy has 28 highly advanced cockpit simulators on-site, representing each aircraft type flown by American and American Eagle, all the way up to the Boeing 777. Each year, American’s pilots “fly” millions of challenging training miles; testing on thousands of emergency scenarios and malfunctions to ensure safety and preparedness.
The Robert W. Baker Integrated Operations Center (IOC) is the central communications center for the world’s largest airline. Opened in September 2015 near Headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas, the 149,000-square-foot facility houses more than 1,600 employees who plan, oversee and dispatch more than 1 million annual mainline flights serving more than 140 million customers.
The history of American and the air transportation industry are on display at the C.R. Smith Museum for employees, retirees and the public to experience through interactive hands-on displays. The museum collects artifacts and archival materials that are seen by more than 50,000 visitors per year.
American’s Maintenance & Engineering Center at Tulsa (TUL) is one of the largest and most sophisticated aviation maintenance facilities in the world. With over 5,000 employees, the majority of whom are licensed aircraft and jet engine mechanics, it’s also one of the largest private employers in Oklahoma.