American Airlines. Reviews, seat maps and photos of the aircrafts.

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American Airlines is a North American air carrier which was founded in 1930.

Its port of commission is a small airport in the city of Tulsa (Oklahoma State, the USA).

The company is remarkable for being the greatest air carrier in the world according to the number of fleet and its annual passenger handling.

This criterion was achieved thanks to merger of two great air carriers American Airlines and US Airways in the travel market in 2013. To perform its flights “American airlines” use five main air hubs and four additional ones.

Destinations network includes about three hundred fifty cities between which 6700 flights are served daily. Flights are served on four continents, in 56 countries of the world.

The total number of airline employee is over 100000 people, annual turnover is 40 milliard dollars. The company is included in Oneworld aviation alliance.

Reviews about “American Airlines”

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3.68

Number of reviews: 5

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Recommend
40%

Airplanes rating

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Company ratings and achievements

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"American Airlines" takes 45 place in "AIRLINE SAFETY RATING 2017" by JACDEC.
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American Airlines Planes

As of May 31, 2017 "American Airlines" operates a mainline fleet of 953 airplanes, 11 more are ordered. The average age of planes is 10.4 years.

The oldest aircraft is McDonnell Douglas MD-82, with reg.number N424AA. It is 30.7 years old. The newest one is Boeing 737-800, with reg.number N338PK. It is - 0.0 years old

“АA’s” aircraft fleet

Airbus A319-100 – 125 aircrafts

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  • The newest one – N4032T - 1.9 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N701UW - 18.7 years

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Airbus A320-200 – 51 aircraft
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  • The newest one – N128UW - 7.2 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N647AW - 19.5 years

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Airbus A321-200 – 216 aircrafts
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  • The newest one – N/A
  • The oldest aircraft – N165US - 16.4 years

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Airbus A330-200 – 15 aircrafts
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  • The newest one – N293AY - 3.1 year
  • The oldest aircraft – N279AY - 8.1 year

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Airbus A330-300 – 9 aircrafts
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  • The newest one – N278AY - 16.3 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N271AY - 17.2 years

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Airbus A350-900 –
  • Seat map Airbus A350-900 “American Airlines”
  • Photos of the Airbus A350-900 “AA”
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Boeing 737-800 – 295 aircrafts
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  • The newest one – N/A
  • The oldest aircraft – N901AN - 18.4 years

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Boeing 757-200 – 51 aircraft
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  • The newest one – N172AJ - 15.1 year
  • The oldest aircraft – N691AA - 23.9 years

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Boeing 767-300 – 31 aircraft
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  • The newest one – N350AN - 13.8 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N369AA - 25.2 years

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Boeing 777-200 – 47 aircrafts
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  • The newest one – N768AA - 11.0 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N770AN - 18.5 years

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Boeing 777-300 – 20 aircrafts
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  • The newest one – N735AT - 1.3 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N717AN - 4.6 years

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Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner – 20 aircrafts

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  • The newest one – N819AN - 0.2 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N800AN - 2.4 years

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Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner – 10 aircrafts

Boeing-787-9

  • The newest one – N/A
  • The oldest aircraft – N820AL - 0.8 years

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Embraer ERJ-190 – 20 aircrafts
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  • The newest one – N967UW - 8.8 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N944UW - 10.6 years

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McDonnell Douglas MD-82 – 14 planes
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  • The newest one – N555AN - 26.3 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N424AA - 30.7 years

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McDonnell Douglas MD-83 – 40 aircrafts
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  • The newest one – N9681B - 17.5 years
  • The oldest aircraft – N566AA - 30.1 year

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Decommissioned

Boeing 767-200
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  • Seat map Boeing 767-200 “American Airlines”
  • Photos of the 767-200 “AA”

Official website – www.aa.com