American Eagle Airlines Supplier Diversity: FAQ


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  1. What is the American Eagle Airlines Diversified Supplier Program?
  2. How does American Eagle Airlines define a diverse supplier?
  3. How do I apply to the American Eagle Airlines Supplier Diversity Program?
  4. How will I know that you have received my company's application?
  5. What are the next steps once I receive the confirmation email?
  6. When should I contact the Commodity Manager?
  7. Who may I contact for information regarding the American Eagle Airlines Diversified Supplier Program?
  1. Q: What is the American Eagle Airlines Diversified Supplier Program?
    A: The American Eagle Airlines Supplier Diversity Program is designed to give minority/women-owned, diverse and small business suppliers and contractors the opportunity to compete for the provision of products and services to American Eagle Airlines. We recognize that these companies are the fastest growing segment of the U.S. economy.

  2. Q: How does American Eagle Airlines define Supplier Diversity?
    A: American Eagle Airlines adheres to the definitions set forth by the government and the Small Business Administration. For detailed definitions see our qualification information.

  3. Q: How do I apply to the American Eagle Airlines Supplier Diversity Program?
    A: To apply to the American Eagle Airlines Supplier Diversity Program, simply review the qualification for a minority/women-owned, diverse and small business and email your contact information along with pertinent business information to Supplierdiversity.Eagle@aa.com

  4. Q: How will I know that you have received my company's registration?
    A: Once you have emailed American Eagle Supplier Diversity, you will receive a system generated e-mail confirming your registration. A follow-up email will be sent with contact information for the area which you have identified as your primary business function.

  5. Q: What are the next steps once I receive the confirmation email?
    A: Potential suppliers should contact the person(s) whose name(s) they are provided with in their follow-up email. The purpose of this action is to introduce your company and the goods and/or services you provide to the commodity manager. The supplier should also request information about when bid opportunities will be available and when bids will be requested.

  6. Q: When should I contact the Commodity Manager?
    A: You may contact the referenced person as soon as you receive the information.

  7. Q: Who may I contact for information regarding the American Eagle Airlines Diversified Supplier Program?
    A: Grant Kichhoff, Manager, Supplier Diversity Program SupplierDiversity.Eagle@aa.com