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American Airlines Flight Deals

Last updated on Thursday 02/14/2019 at 05:00 AM, the fares mentioned below are for Round Trip flight tickets and inclusive of fuel surcharges, service fee and taxes. Based on historical data, these fares are subject to change without prior notice and cannot be guaranteed at the time of booking. Kindly go through our terms and conditions before booking.

09 May 2019 - 12 May 2019
CHI
Chicago
BOS
Boston
RoundTrip
08 May 2019 - 18 May 2019
CHI
Chicago
ATL
Atlanta
RoundTrip
24 Apr 2019 - 27 Apr 2019
MIA
Miami
TPA
Tampa
RoundTrip
03 Apr 2019 - 09 Apr 2019
DFW
Dallas
WAS
Washington
RoundTrip
29 Mar 2019 - 02 Apr 2019
ATL
Atlanta
PHL
Philadelphia
RoundTrip
03 May 2019 - 07 May 2019
SEA
Seattle
CHI
Chicago
RoundTrip
*All fares are quoted in USD.
Airline

About American Airlines (AA) Reservation

Founded in the year 1926, American Airlines commenced its first scheduled passenger flight in 1934. Since then, the demand for American Airlines flights have increased manifolds. Initially established as a mail carrier, American Airlines has gone on to become one of the largest airlines in the world and the number of American Airlines bookings made every day is a testament to that fact. It is considered to be the largest airline in terms of its fleet size, revenue collected, number of passengers carried on its scheduled flights and scheduled passenger-miles flown.

The airline has its headquarters located in Fort Worth, Texas. Its hubs are located at a number of airports which include Charlotte Douglas International Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, LaGuardia Airport, Miami International Airport, Philadelphia International Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, O'Hare International Airport, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

Being a founding member of Oneworld alliance, American Airlines gets to enjoy numerous benefits such as reaching more destinations that ultimately leads to serving a larger group of passengers. Its frequent flyer program is called AAdvantage. Members of this program get to enjoy certain perks based on their membership status — AAdvantage Gold, AAdvantage Platinum, AAdvantage Platinum Pro and AAdvantage Executive Platinum. Booking American Airlines flight tickets frequently enables passengers to benefit greatly from this program.

This premier airline also provides the option of online check-in. This facility is very helpful when you’re running late at the airport as it allows you to procure your boarding pass on your mobile phone. All you need to do is scan the boarding pass at the respective airport in order to board the flight. However, please note that aviation rules pertaining to a particular country, state or airport may make mobile boarding passes invalid. In such cases, it is advisable that you carry a print out of the boarding pass with you during your travels. Check out some American Airlines flight deals and make your travels even more convenient.

One lesser known but fascinating fact about this airline is that it established one of the world’s first facilities for training flight attendants. Hence, setting off the path for numerous other flight attendant training academies to be established.

Destinations Served

Primarily, American Airlines flies to about 190 destinations. Counting all the flights scheduled in accordance with its codeshare agreements, the number of destinations served extends to about 350. These destinations are spread all over the world, in about 50 countries. Since the airline offers its services for both domestic and international destinations, travelers can find tickets for almost any destination that they want to travel to. Some of the many destinations for which you might find numerous last minute flight deals are Miami, Chicago, L.A., Phoenix, Lima, Cali, Quito, Cusco, Salvador, Puerto Montt, Tahiti, Chihuahua, Little Rock, Nashville, Halifax, Ottawa, Leon, Bucharest, and Rome.

Services and Amenities

Being one of the most popular airlines on the planet, American Airlines has made a name for itself when it comes to the services and amenities provided on its flights. Cole Haan amenity kits, Casper sleep sets, chef- inspired gourmet food with exclusive award-winning wines, and lie-flat seats are just some of the luxuries you get to enjoy when flying with American airlines. In addition to this, passengers also have access to non-stop free in-flight entertainment options such as music, games, movies and T.V. series. So, make American Airlines reservation and kick start your vacation with a bang.

The airline also gives passengers’ access to Wi-Fi (charged extra) so that the social butterflies don’t feel disconnected with the world while on-board. This helps business executives to stay in touch with their colleagues and associates throughout the duration of the flight.

Booking American Airlines’ Business or First Class flight tickets will get you benefits not just in the flight but also at the airport before and after your flight. American Airlines passengers from these travel classes enjoy priority check-in, security check and boarding. They are also eligible to receive their checked baggage first at the destination airport after they land and exit the aircraft. AA fliers also have access to their Arrivals Lounge where they can take a refreshing shower and wash away all the tiredness, and also enjoy a hearty meal. There are also other lounges that cater to travelers flying with American Airlines. They are named Flagship Lounge, Flagship First Dining and Admirals Club.

Please note that the services and amenities you enjoy on the flight depends on the travel class (Flagship First – International, Flagship Business – International, First, Business, Premium Economy, Main Cabin Extra, Main Cabin, Basic Economy) that you’re traveling in. It also depends on the status of your AAdvantage Membership.

Aircraft

The airline utilizes the “best in the industry” aircraft with the latest technology which ensure safe and comfortable journeys. American Airlines’ fleet consists of different types of aircraft such as Airbus, Boeing, CRJ, ERJ and other intriguing aircraft. Book a few American Airlines flight tickets from one of the best flight booking sites, Lookupfare, and fly in the following aircraft to destinations of your choice.

A319

A320

A321

A321 Transcon

A330-200

A330-300

Boeing 737 MAX

Boeing 737-800

Boeing 757-200

Boeing 767-300

Boeing 777-200

Boeing 777-300ER

Boeing 787-8

Boeing 787-9

CRJ-200

CRJ-700

CRJ-900

ERJ-140

ERJ-145

ERJ-175

E190

MD80

Baggage Allowance

Carry-on Baggage

Travelers flying on American Airlines flights are allowed to take along one piece of carry-on baggage along with one personal item. The dimensions of the personal item must not exceed 18 x 14 x 8 inches. It should fit under the seat in front of you. The carry-on baggage should not exceed the dimensions of 22 x 14 x 9 inches. It needs to be small enough to fit in the sizer at the airport. You should also be able to fit it easily in the overhead bin or under the seat in front of you. If it doesn’t fit in the sizer at the airport, then you might need to carry the bag as checked-in baggage.

Please note that at some airports and on some flights, there might be certain additional carry-on baggage restrictions.

Checked Baggage

Passengers flying with American Airlines are allowed to carry checked baggage, the weight of which shouldn’t exceed 50 lbs. Its linear dimension should not be more than 62 inches. For passengers traveling on First or Business Class, the weight limit of their checked baggage is 70 lbs.

Passengers traveling in the Business Class are allowed to check-in two pieces of baggage.

Passengers traveling in the First Class are allowed to check-in three pieces of baggage in three-cabin aircraft and two pieces of baggage in two-cabin aircraft.

Passengers traveling in the Premium Economy Class are allowed to check-in two pieces of baggage.

Passengers traveling in the Main Cabin are allowed to check-in two pieces of baggage. They may have to pay a baggage fee for the same.

You’d need to pay an additional fee if the weight of your checked baggage exceeds the checked baggage weight limits.

Please note that the baggage allowance of an airline is subject to change and may be done so by the airline without any prior notice. Hence, it is advisable that you check the latest baggage policy before you pack your bags for your trip. The baggage rules and regulations may also depend on the route you’re traveling on; whether you’re on a domestic or international flight.

Pets

As much as people love to travel and go on vacations together with their family and friends, one aspect of travel they despise is leaving their pets behind when they go on their trips. Hence, more and more travelers are opting to take their pets with them while going for a vacation. Not only that. Many a times, many of these pets (dogs mostly) are guide/therapy dogs (seeing eye dogs/emotional support dogs) which need to be with their owners at all times. Understanding this, American Airlines allows pets to be transported as carry-ons, checked baggage and cargo. Which system of transportation applies to your pet depends on their breed, size and other requirements. A passenger is allowed to travel with two checked pets as long as health requirements are met and other regulations are followed. Pet-travel capacity of a flight is limited, and it’s provided on a first come first served basis. To ensure that your pet gets to travel with you and not get left behind, it is advisable that you reserve their place/seat while booking American Airlines flight tickets. If not, then you need to contact the airline at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled time of travel.    

Whether or not your pet/service dog or cat will be allowed on a particular flight depends on the route you’re traveling on. Different countries have different rules and regulations pertaining to pet travel. Please make sure that you’re familiar with the current regulations of the destination you’re traveling to so that you have a smooth trip with your furry ones.

On American Airline flights, dogs need to be minimum 16 weeks old if they’re flying into the U.S. They also need to be at least 8 weeks old if they’re traveling within the U.S. Cats traveling within the U.S. and Puerto Rico need to be at least 8 weeks old.

Traveling with a pet is only allowed if the flight duration is no longer than 12 hours. This includes the time it takes for passengers to complete the formalities of customs at the destination. When the pet is traveling with you in the cabin, then it is mandatory to keep your dog or cat in the pet carrier/kennel at all times. You need to make sure that you keep your pet tucked under the seat in front of you through the complete duration of the flight. You would also require to pay a carry-on pet charge.   

Pet travel is allowed on most flights flying to and from —

Alaska

St. Croix

Central America

St. Thomas

Puerto Rico

Mexico

U.S.A.

Canada

Within the 48 contiguous of the U.S.A.

Dog breeds that are not allowed as checked-in baggage —

Boston Terrier

Boxer (all breeds)

Brussels Griffon

Affenpinscher

American Staffordshire Terrier

Bulldog (all breeds)

English Toy Spaniel (King Charles Spaniel)

Japanese Chin

Lhasa Apso

Mastiff (all breeds)

Cane Corso

Chow Chow

Dogue De Bordeaux

Pekingese

Pit Bull

Presa Canario

Pug (all breeds)

Shar Pei

Shih Tzu

Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Tibetan Spaniel

Cat breeds that are not allowed as checked-in baggage —

Persian

Burmese

Himalayan

Exotic Shorthair

Please note that additional rules and regulations may apply while traveling with a pet.

Top Airports AA Serves

Here are some of the many airports to which you can get American Airlines tickets -

Boston Logan International Airport

Heathrow Airport

Miami International Airport

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

San Francisco International Airport

Charlotte Douglas International Airport

O'Hare International Airport

Philadelphia International Airport

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

Los Angeles International Airport

John F. Kennedy International Airport

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport

LaGuardia Airport

San Antonio International Airport

Raleigh-Durham International Airport