Company Overview of American Airlines Inc.
American Airlines Inc. offers air transportation services in Italy. The company is based in Fiumicino, Italy. American Airlines Inc. operates as a subsidiary of American Airlines Inc.
Via dell' Aeroporto di Fiumicino
Fiumicino, RM 00054
Key Executives for American Airlines Inc.
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American Airlines Inc. Key Developments
American Airlines, Inc. Signs for Bombardier Inc.'s 24 CRJ900 NextGen Regional Jets
Feb 9 15
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced that American Airlines Inc. has signed a firm order for 24 CRJ900 NextGen regional jets. This order was announced on December 30, 2014 and followed American exercising 24 of 40 previously booked CRJ900 NextGen aircraft options. The options were originally acquired as part of American's large regional jet order announced in December 2013. As previously announced by Bombardier, based on the list price for the CRJ900 NextGen aircraft, the firm order is valued at approximately $1.14 billion.
American Airlines to Launch Daily Service Between Miami and Frankfurt
Nov 4 14
American Airlines has announced that it will launch a new daily service between Miami International Airport and Frankfurt Airport, Germany, beginning May 14, 2015 with a Boeing 767-300 aircraft. American's Miami hub provides connections to more than 130 domestic and international markets in Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America. The airline offers expanded service for customers through its Atlantic joint business with British Airways, Iberia and Finnair and its oneworld alliance partners, with more than 80 routes across the Atlantic.
Flight Attendants Reach Tentative Deal with American Airlines and US Airways
Sep 19 14
A flight attendants' union says it has a tentative contract covering crews at American Airlines and US Airways. The union said that negotiators reached an agreement with American Airlines Group Inc. with terms. Those terms were not disclosed. The company is calling it another step toward combining the two airlines into one, which will keep the American name. The Association of Professional Flight Attendants says leaders will meet next week and decide whether to send the agreement to members for a ratification vote.
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