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American Airlines to offer preordered meals in premium cabins on more flights than any US airline

American Airlines will expand preordered meal service to premium cabins on American Eagle flights, adding another 300 daily flights where customers can order meals in advance, starting March 11. This brings the total number of daily flights eligible for preorder in premium cabins to nearly 1,900 — more than any other U.S. airline.

American is also the only U.S. carrier to offer preordered meal service in premium cabins on both mainline and regional flights, available on flights of 900 miles or more.

This March, customers in premium cabins on American Eagle flights can preorder menu items such as:

  • Charcuterie plate
  • Tex-Mex salad with adobo chicken
  • Mediterranean turkey club sandwich
  • Hot smoked salmon cold plate with seasoned potato salad
  • Curried chicken salad on croissant

Also beginning March 11, Flagship First and Flagship Business passengers can preorder a chicken cobb entrée salad on flights from the United States to Europe and South America, and a charcuterie plate on flights back to the United States.

American delivers a world-class culinary experience with James Beard Foundation

Last year, American began a partnership with the James Beard Foundation to provide unique and delicious food for customers. The James Beard Foundation’s award-winning chefs embody diversity, modernism and sustainable practices. Customers can preorder James Beard Foundation menu items created exclusively for select Flagship First and Flagship Business international and transcontinental flights.

New Zoës Kitchen food-for-sale menu items available for preorder in the main cabin

Earlier this month, American introduced new food-for-sale menu options in collaboration with Zoës Kitchen. Flight attendants played a critical role at a menu workshop, where they joined the food & beverage team to look at new menu options and provide perspective on what customers enjoy eating. Flight attendant feedback helped inspire new menu items such as the chicken lentil salad shaker jar, chickpea Waldorf salad wrap and hummus box and raspberry chipotle turkey sandwich — as well as new breakfast and snack items.

Preordering is simple

Customers can preorder menu items beginning 30 days before a flight and up to 24 hours before departure by visiting aa.com, clicking Your Trips/Check-in and entering their flight information. Eligible customers will also receive a reminder email 48 hours before departure with a link that will guide them through the preorder process. Menu items vary based on route and class of service.

American Airlines aircraft photo gallery:

Trans States N619AE slides off a snowy runway at Chicago O’Hare

Trans States Airlines, operating flight AA 4125 from Greensboro to Chicago (O’Hare) on November 11 with Embraer ERJ 145 N619AE slide off the left side of the runway on landing at ORD. The right main gear collapsed. There were no injuries.

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American to add nonstop DFW – Hilton Head Island service + Chicago and Philadelphia

American Airlines is adding a new nonstop spoke route from the Dallas/Fort Worth hub to Hilton Head Island, SC. (HHH).

The new weekly seasonal route will operate from March 7 through August 15.

The carrier will also begin flying from Hilton Head Island to its Chicago (O’Hare) and Philadelphia hubs also on March 7, 2020.

Hilton Head Island will be served with Embraer 175 aircraft.

American currently has service between its Charlotte hub and Hilton Head Island.

American to add new domestic routes later this year

American Eagle Airlines (2nd)-SkyWest Airlines Bombardier CRJ200 (CL-600-2B19) N955SW (msn 7817) PHX (Keith Burton). Image: 946556.

American Airlines is planning to add new domestic routes from its hubs later this year according to Airline Route:

Chicago O’Hare – Charleston, WV – daily SkyWest CRJ200 effective September 4, 2019
Dallas/Ft. Worth – St. George – daily SkyWest CRJ200 effective September 26, 2019


Miami – Bentonville/Northwest Arkansas – daily Republic Airline Embraer 175 effective December 18, 2019


Miami – Columbia, SC – daily Envoy Air Embraer ERJ 145 effective December 18, 2019
Miami – Oklahoma City – daily Republic Airline Embraer 175 effective December 18, 2019
Philadelphia – Vail/Eagle, CO – weekly mainline Boeing 757-200 effective December 21, 2019
Phoenix – Rapid City, SD (Black Hills/Mount Rushmore) – daily SkyWest CRJ200 effective September 4, 2019

Top Copyright Photo: American Eagle Airlines (2nd)-SkyWest Airlines Bombardier CRJ200 (CL-600-2B19) N955SW (msn 7817) PHX (Keith Burton). Image: 946556.

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PSA Airlines pilot is arrested for three murders before flight

A PSA Airlines pilot was arrested at Louisville International Airport before his flight. The pilot was taken into custody and is being charged for three murders in November 2015 in Pembroke, KY.

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American Airlines opens 15 new gates at DFW Airport

American Airlines made this announcement:

The world’s largest airline took another step toward unprecedented growth at its most profitable hub today (May 3). American Airlines opened 15 new gates in the Terminal E satellite at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), supporting more than 100 daily regional flights for American Eagle service.

The completely renovated space includes refreshed ticket counters and gate areas as well as new ramp lighting, moving walkways, elevators and escalators. Later this summer, American will also open a new Admirals Club in Terminal E, and the satellite terminal will be home to DFW’s only Whataburger.

American has been steadily adding DFW service this summer, and beginning in early June, the airline will operate more than 900 daily flights from the hub. That’s 100 more than last summer, including service to 23 new markets. They include: Dublin (DUB); Munich (MUC); Kalispell, Montana (FCA); Harlingen, Texas (HRL); Monterey, California (MRY); and Augusta, Georgia (AGS). Eighty-four existing markets will receive additional service from DFW, including Boston (BOS), Los Angeles (LAX) and New York (LGA). In total, customers have access to 234 nonstop destinations from DFW and the resulting American network can enable over 9,000 one-stop connections through DFW — more than any other airline hub in the world.

“American is the largest airline in the world and the largest carrier at DFW,” said Vasu Raja, Vice President of Network and Schedule Planning for American. “By adding 100 flights to our most profitable hub, we have the opportunity to connect more people to more destinations than ever before. By adding service to new destinations and increasing service to some of our customers’ favorite spots, we’re building a connecting network that can get them anywhere.”

Upcoming milestones include the opening of a Flagship Lounge featuring Flagship First Dining and a renovated Admirals Club in Terminal D, scheduled for May 16, as well as the opening of six mainline gates at DFW Terminal B in June.

Leaders from American, Envoy and DFW Airport celebrate the opening of the Terminal E satellite

Leaders from American, Envoy and DFW Airport celebrate the opening of the Terminal E satellite.

Customers will enjoy refreshed ticket counters and gate areas, new moving walkways, elevators and escalators

Customers will enjoy refreshed ticket counters and gate areas, new moving walkways, elevators and escalators.

Terminal E Satellite

  • Beginning May 3, select American Eagle flights will depart from DFW Terminal E satellite gates E22-E30.
  • Skylink connects all terminals at DFW including A, B, C, D and E.
  • Gates E22-E30 are accessible via 5-10 minute walk through the tunnel next to gate E21.
  • Minimum connection times connecting to flights scheduled in E22-E30 have been increased by 10 minutes.
  • There is no change to Terminal E ticket counters or parking.

By the Numbers

  • 15: New gates and 100 flights to be operated at DFW Terminal E satellite
  • 6: New mainline gates opening at DFW Terminal B in June
  • 900+: Daily American Airlines flights from DFW during the peak summer schedule
  • 104,000: Customers American will serve at DFW every day this summer
  • 234: Non-stop American Airlines destinations from DFW, including 23 new destinations
  • 9,000+: One-stop American Airlines city pairs available to connect through DFW this summer, more than any other airline hub in the world

What Does It Take to Build the Largest Connecting Hub in the World?

  • 1,500: Pounds of reflective beads and 240 gallons of paint to stripe the ramp supporting the new gates at Terminal E satellite
  • 2,500: Different types of aircraft parts and tooling moved to DFW Terminal E satellite
  • 868: Signs and maps changed out at DFW to reflect new Terminal E satellite gates
  • 380: New pieces of ground support equipment to support our growing operation

American to add a new route from Philadelphia to Bentonville (Northwest Arkansas)

American Airlines is planning to add a new American Eagle route from its Philadelphia hub to Bentonville, AR (Northwest Arkansas), the home of Walmart, on September 4, 2019.

The new route will be operated by Republic Airline Embraer 175s.

Republic Airline’s parent, Republic Airways, introduced this new livery in April 2019 on the pictured Embraer ERJ 170-100SU N826MD (msn 17000046).

Photos: Republic Airways.

In other news, American will also add Embraer ERJ 140 service from the Dallas/Fort Worth hub to the Tri-Cities Airport (Northeast Tennessee) on August 15, 2019 according to Airline Route. The new route will be operated by Envoy Air.