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American Airlines Flights and Tickets

American Airlines is based at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). The ICAO code of the airline is AAL. The airline has a fleet of no less than 961 aircraft, including 129 Airbus A319-100. American Airlines is part of the Oneworld alliance, which includes British Airways, Iberia, Japan Airlines and LAN.

Flights American Airlines

American Airlines is out of Europe to North America. Also available in the US.

Facts about American Airlines

American Airlines has the largest fleet in the world. It was a trendsetter in various areas. American Airlines had the first female pilot in its ranks. American Airlines is the result of a merge in 2013 between American and US Airways.

American Airlines Destinations

American Airlines flies to 344 destinations of which 157 are within the United States. It also flies to Canada, South America, the Caribbean, Western Europe, Japan and India.

Short summary about flying with American Airlines

American Airlines is one of the largest airlines, and because of its history it also enjoys a very good reputation.

*For the facts and latest updates, always refer to the airline's website, since our information could be wrong or outdated.

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