Friday 15th December 2017

American Airline moves another step forward

American Airline’s has taken another step in achieving its long term goals and has recently ordered two new Boeing 777-300ERs. However, additional terms of the commitment were not disclosed.

Tom Horton, President, AMR Corp., the parent company of American Airlines and American Eagle stated:"These additional widebody aircraft will bolster our network strategy, particularly the international growth opportunities we expect from our joint businesses with oneworld® partners in the trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific markets,"

American_airline_flights_las_vegasHe further added: "We value the combination of size, range and performance of the 777-300ER, as well as the extensive customer amenities it offers. The seating capability of the aircraft will give us growth flexibility in slot-constrained airports and provide us with greater ability to serve new long-haul markets."

Captain David Bates, President of the Allied Pilots Association, commented that:

"We hope that this positive step for our airline signals the beginning of a period of domestic and global expansion which will allow our airline to aggressively compete and prosper in the years to come,"

The Allied Pilots Association at present represents American’s 8,600 pilots.

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