Corporate governance

Board of Directors

American Airlines Group Inc. has a strong and experienced Board of Directors. Members are elected annually and considered independent other than Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) W. Douglas Parker.

Members

James F. Albaugh

James F. Albaugh

Advisor
Global Advisory and Asset Management Firm

Michael J. Embler

Michael J. Embler

Former Chief Investment Officer
Franklin Mutual Advisors, LLC

Richard C. Kraemer

Richard C. Kraemer

President
Chartwell Capital, Inc.

Denise M. O'Leary

Denise M. O'Leary

Private Venture Capital Investor

Richard P. Schifter

Richard P. Schifter

Senior Advisor
TPG Capital, L.P.

Jeffrey D. Benjamin

Jeffrey D. Benjamin

Senior Advisor
Cyrus Capital Partners, L.P.

Matthew J. Hart

Matthew J. Hart

Retired President & CEO
Hilton Hotels Corporation

Susan D. Kronick

Susan D. Kronick

Retired Vice-Chairman
Macy’s, Inc.

W. Douglas Parker

W. Douglas Parker

Chairman & CEO
American Airlines Group & American Airlines

John T. Cahill

John T. Cahill

Vice Chairman
The Kraft Heinz Company

Alberto Ibargüen

Alberto Ibargüen

President & CEO
John S. & James L. Knight Foundation

Martin H. Nesbitt

Martin H. Nesbitt

Co-CEO
The Vistria Group

Ray M. Robinson

Ray M. Robinson

Non-Executive Chairman
Citizens Trust Bank

Governance documents This content can be expanded
Committee membership This content can be expanded
Committee charters This content can be expanded

Contact us

Our Board of Directors facilitates communications between directors and employees, stockholders and other interested parties.

To contact the Board, write to:

American Airlines Group Inc.
The Board of Directors
P.O. Box 619616, MD 5675
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Texas 75261-9616

Code of ethics

The Board of Directors of American Airlines Group Inc. has adopted this Code of Ethics – each member is expected to abide by these laws. This code is intended to:

  • Focus each Director on his or her duties and responsibilities to a large, publicly-held corporation
  • Assist the Directors in the recognition and resolution of ethical issues
  • Provide the Directors with a reporting process for unethical conduct
  • Further promote a culture of honesty, accountability and integrity

No code or policy can anticipate every situation that may arise. Accordingly, this code is intended to serve as a source of guiding principles. Directors should:

  • Avoid even the appearance of improper behavior
  • Exhibit the highest standards of business and professional integrity

Directors are encouraged to bring questions about circumstances that may implicate one or more of the provisions of this of the code to the attention of the Chairman of the Audit Committee, the Executive Vice President of Corporate Affairs, the Senior Vice President of the General Counsel or the Vice President of the Deputy General Counsel.

Directors who also serve as officers of the corporation must follow this code in addition to the Corporation’s Standards of Business Conduct as contained within the Business Ethics Program.

Code of ethics This content can be expanded

You may also like...

About us