COVID-19: What to expect on board
From its first flight delivering a bag of mail from Chicago to St Louis in 1926, American Airlines has grown into a global carrier boasting nearly 900 aircraft, serving 250 cities and over 40 different countries. What's more, as a founding member of the oneworld® Alliance, the airline is part of a network that extends across the globe.
With daily flights from Manchester, and up to 20 flights per day from Heathrow, American Airlines offer passengers wishing to explore the Americas an excellent breadth of choice.
The quantity of aircraft and destinations for this premier carrier doesn't mean a compromise on quality. American Airlines seek to stay at the top of their industry through continually providing up-to-the-minute technology on all flights, as well as top quality cuisine and entertainment.
In the new Flagship Suite First Class aboard American Airline's Boeing 777 you'll find a host of luxury features. Pleasingly wide seats swivel - an industry first - meaning if you'd like to be face to face with a travel companion or business partner for part of the flight, you can both do so in comfort. When it's time to rest, pull across the privacy divider and enjoy a seat that converts into a six foot six inch fully flat bed, plus a complimentary cotton duvet provided by the obliging cabin crew. Of course, before your flight you'll be treated to Premium Check-In and access to one of American Airlines' plush Admirals Club® Lounges. At London Heathrow the superlative Flagship Lounge, is also available exclusively to First Class passengers.
Passengers taking an international Business Class flight will begin their trip with access to a spacious and well-equipped airport lounge, where you can relax and have a pre-flight bite to eat, or work on the go with the many complimentary business facilities. Onboard, you'll find the Business Class cabin to be spacious and the ergonomically designed seats more than comfortable, with up to a 61-inch pitch and lie-flat functions. Your personal entertainment system will provide hours of movies, television and music, whilst the in-flight menus for both First and Business Class offer sumptuous three-course meals, as well as complimentary drinks and snacks.
Travelling economy with American Airlines you'll find generous legroom and seat sizes, along with a stellar in-flight entertainment package, viewed on personal seatback video screens on Boeing 777 flights from London. A complimentary in-flight meal and non-alcoholic drinks including coffee and juices come as standard, and cabin crew are committed to world-class service for all passengers.