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American Airlines Business Class Flights

American Airlines, also sometimes simply called American, is a top-rated airline that commenced operations in 1930. Since then, it has become a premier international carrier. After merging with US Airways in 2011, it became the largest airline in the world in terms of the size of its fleet, number of destinations, passengers per mile, and revenue. It operates an incredible average of 6700 daily international and domestic flights, with connections to almost 350 cities in over 50 countries worldwide. American Airlines is a member of the Oneworld airline alliance, which is the third largest such organization in the world, with partners that include British Airways, Iberia, Finnair, Cathay Pacific, and Japan Airlines. There are ten American Airlines hubs in the United States, which include the Dallas/Forth Worth Airport (DFW), Charlotte Douglas Airport (CLT), Chicago- O’Hare Airport (ORD), Philadelphia Airport (PHL), Miami Airport (MIA), Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (PHX), Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), Los Angeles Airport (LAX), John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK), and LaGuardia Airport (LGA). The airline’s top three departure hubs are the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, with over 800 flights heading to nearly 200 destinations; Charlotte Douglas Airport, with over 660 flights to 150 destinations; and Chicago-O’Hare Airport, with almost 500 flights to over 120 destinations. There are a lot of American Airlines business class flights to choose from, but no matter where you’re headed, and regardless of whether you are traveling for business or for pleasure, you are guaranteed to have a satisfying, efficient, and enjoyable journey with this highly regarded airline.

There are up to 434 weekly flights operated by American Airlines between the United States and Europe, which include up to 62 daily flights. In 2017, the airline launched new seasonal services from Dallas/Forth Worth to Rome (FCO) and Amsterdam (AMS), and from Chicago to Barcelona (BCN). American Airlines also operates over 200 weekly flights to 8 destinations in Asia. This includes flights between Los Angeles and Beijing, Hong Kong, Osaka, Shanghai, and Tokyo; Dallas/Fort Worth and Beijing, Hong Kong, Seoul, Shanghai, and Tokyo; and Chicago and Beijing, Tokyo, and Shanghai. New York, Boston, San Diego, and San Francisco’s international airports all also have departures on American Airlines business class flights to Tokyo. The airline operates flights to over 85 cities in Mexico, Central America, and South America. These include flights to 10 cities in Brazil and 360 nonstop flights per week to 20 cities within Mexico. American Airlines also provides over 550 flights per week to 30 destinations in the Caribbean, including Martinique, Dominica, and Guadeloupe. The newest flight to be added to the American network in 2017 is between Miami and Cartagena, Colombia.

JFK
New York
LON
London
Business Class $2,329
SFO
San Francisco
ROM
Rome
Business Class $2,273
LAX
Los Angeles
PAR
Paris
Business Class $2,299
ORD
Chicago
AMS
Amsterdam
Business Class $2,337
IAD
Washington
ZRH
Zurich
Business Class $2,382
MIA
Miami
NCE
Nice
Business Class $2,466
IAH
Houston
BCN
Barcelona
Business Class $2,303
DFW
Dallas
MIL
Milan
Business Class $2,303
BOS
Boston
GLA
Glasgow
Business Class $2,402
Fares are TOTAL, starting prices, round trip, per traveler, including taxes and fees. One way flights are up to 50% less. Prices are subject to change and depend on availability at time of booking. No fare can be guaranteed until a ticket is issued.

American Airlines has a fleet of 955 aircraft that consists of a mix of Airbus, Boeing, Embraer, and McDonnell Douglas jet airliners. More than two thirds of the aircraft are narrow-body Airbus A320 and Boeing 737-800 jets. American Airlines also has a large number of Boeing 767 and Boeing 777 series aircraft in its fleet. All of the newer American Airlines aircraft on international routes, including Airbus A330s, Boeing 777-300ERs, Boeing 787-8s, and Boeing 77- 200ERs, have been designed with fully flat-lying seats in the business class cabins, arranged in a 1-2- 1 reverse herringbone configuration, with seat lengths between 21 and 26 inches. All of these seats come equipped with touchscreen monitors, universal power outlets, and USB ports. Older aircraft such as Boeing the 767-300ER and Boeing 757-200 are being retrofitted to also feature fully flat- lying seats. Additionally, the company has a fleet of Airbus A321s used on transcontinental routes - such as flights between New York and Los Angeles, and New York and San Francisco - that feature fully flat-lying business class seats set up in a 2-2 configuration.

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Business class travelers who fly with American Airlines get to enjoy many special privileges, such as priority check-in and early boarding. Onboard, they are provided with premium wines and alcoholic beverages, including pre-flight drinks and delicious gourmet meals planned by top-notch chefs. Travelers on American Airlines business class flights also each receive an amenity kit. These attractively designed bags are filled with convenient beauty and self-care products such as lip balm, body lotion, a toothbrush, toothpaste and mouthwash, socks, an eye mask, earplugs, tissues, and more. Premium Bose noise-canceling headsets are also provided. Certain long-haul flights, such as from Los Angeles to Sydney and Hong Kong, or from Dallas to Hong Kong, provide cozy pajamas and slippers to business class patrons. Boeing 777-300ER, Boeing 777-200, Boeing 787-8, and Boeing 787-9 aircraft include fantastic walk-up galley bars that are available to holders of premium tickets for the duration of the flight.

Another fantastic reason to fly on American Airlines business class flights is having access to the phenomenal Admirals Club business class lounges. Experienced travelers know that these are the best places to relax and unwind in the airport before and after your flight. Whether it’s early morning, afternoon, or nighttime, there’s always delicious food available at the self-serve buffet. There is also always a large selection of specialty coffees, juices, and teas, in addition to a well-stocked bar. Freshen up in the exceptional shower suites, complete with fresh towels and luxurious toiletries. If you have some extra work to get done before or after your flight, you’ll appreciate the peaceful environment of the business class lounge and the convenience of the fully equipped business center, which ensures that you will be as efficient and productive as possible.

With so many world-class destinations to choose from, top customer service, and a state-of- the-art fleet of aircraft, American Airlines is a top choice for flyers regardless of if they are flying for work or for pleasure. Business class tickets guarantee a wonderfully memorable journey. The easiest way to book American Airlines business class flights is to choose an agency that specializes in luxury travel. A good agency will work closely with you to ensure that you get the best deals and services catered specifically to your preferences and needs. These companies have access to exclusive flight databases unavailable to the average citizen doing a Google search, so not only will you save lots of time, but you’ll save a lot of money, too.