Airline review American Airlines

American Airlines

American Airlines

American Airlines is a major airline in the United States. American Airlines operates an extensive international and domestic network, with scheduled flights throughout North America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe, Asia and the Pacific. American Airlines, founded in 1930, has its main hub at Fort Worth International Airport in Dallas. Other important hubs are New York John F. Kennedy International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, Miami International Airport and Chicago O Hare International Airport. American Airlines operates worldwide scheduled passenger services to more than 260 destinations.

American Airlines is part of the alliance Oneworld and operates a fleet of more than 600 Boeing aircraft.

American Airlines offers 3 classes of service on long-haul flights, First Class, Business Class and Economy Class. On medium and short haul American Airlines offers 2 classes of service, First and Economy.

In-flight Entertainment American currently has 15 767-200s installed with Wi-Fi. American is the first North American airline to test streaming video, giving customers access to an in-flight library of movies and TV shows that they can stream directly to their Wi-Fi-enabled devices. In-flight entertainment varies from drop-down LCD screens to personal AVOD (Audio and Video On Demand) systems.

Our rating:
Advantages of American Airlines are the diversity and quantity of destinations and direct flights to destinations in North, Central and South America. The fleet is very well maintained and most aircraft have in-flight entertainment. It is also possible to select a seat and check in online.

American Airlines is a good but average airline and offers good service. American Airlines is comparable with major European airlines.

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