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Founded in 1926, American Airlines (AA/AAL) is one of the largest US-based airlines. Based on fleet size American Airlines is the world’s largest airline, operating 913 mainline aircraft. It is a founding member of the Oneworld alliance and transports more than 200 million passengers annually.

Headquarters: Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.

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When we last checked in on Hawaii flights in March, we could already see a clear uptrend in flights beginning. That has mostly continued…
Hawaii is a very popular place to visit. It’s also a very remote set of islands. That makes it highly susceptible to importation of…
Traffic between the US and Colombia took a hit just like almost all other air traffic last year in March – and for a…
The Boeing 737 MAX is definitively back. Though there are still plenty of people who say they won’t fly on the troubled airplane (which…
Have you ever flown a low-cost airline out of a major airport and had to board by bus, even though dozens of gates were…
The 737 MAX, the updated version of Boeing’s workhorse 737 that has been grounded since March 2019, is back in the news lately. The…
Jorge Manalang, an Envoy ramp instructor was in the right place at the right time yesterday. His quick actions with a pushback tug at…
On this episode of AvTalk, we head to Roswell, New Mexico for the Super80 Send Off. Then we cap off our avgeek week in…
On 4 September, American Airlines retired the MD-80 family of aircraft from its fleet after 37 years of service in one final Super80 send…
On this episode of AvTalk, we welcome OpsGroup founder Mark Zee to discuss NOTAMs and why his group is trying to change how they’re…
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