DFW Airport, American Airlines Sign 10-Year Use and Lease Agreement

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and American Airlines signed a new 10-year Use and Lease Agreement, which includes $4.8 billion in pre-approved capital investments – including the construction of Terminal F, the renovation of Terminal C and other significant modernization projects.Dallas Mayor Eric L. Johnson, Fort Worth Mayor Mattie Parker, DFW CEO Sean Donohue and American Airlines CEO Robert Isom gathered at DFW for a special signing ceremony of ... [+]

American Airlines Joins White House to Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine Globally

As part of the White House initiative to share at least 80 million U.S. vaccine doses globally this summer, American Airlines moved 1.5 million coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine doses from Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) to La Aurora International Airport (GUA) in Guatemala City on a Boeing 777-200 aircraft. The shipment ... [+]

Cleaning with a Purpose

American is the first airline to achieve GBAC STAR™ accreditation from the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) for its entire fleet of aircraft and Admirals Club lounges. STAR is a performance-based program based on American establishing effective cleaning, disinfection and infectious disease prevention work practices to prepare for, respond to ... [+]

Jessica Tyler to lead American Airlines as President of Cargo

American Airlines announced that Jessica Tyler has been named President of Cargo and Vice President of Airport Excellence, leading the teams responsible for the success of the cargo business and delivering operational and customer service excellence for both airports and cargo. This new appointment and role are part of American’s ... [+]

American Airlines celebrates the 75th anniversary of its first cargo flight

American Airlines celebrated the 75th anniversary of its first cargo flight on October 15. The anniversary marks a significant milestone in the airline’s rich history of connecting the world beyond passenger service since 1944. The airline has a long history of innovation within the cargo operation, marked by industry firsts such ... [+]

American Airlines becomes 1st US carrier to begin Cuba cargo service

American Airlines becomes the first U.S. passenger carrier to begin cargo service in Cuba. The airline now offers mail service, including correspondence, parcels and express mail, into and out of José Martí International Airport (HAV) in Havana, Cuba’s capital city and leading commercial center. Havana is American’s principal destination from the ... [+]

AA Cargo Expands in Mexico with new Agent

American Airlines Cargo announces that it has selected G Force GSA Mexico as its new General Sales Agent (GSA) in Mexico, following the retirement of American’s current GSA. The American and G Force partnership will also provide local sales expansion into five new locations to provide even greater service throughout ... [+]

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