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June 2011 News


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6/29/2011 Industrial Action Planned In The United Kingdom - UPDATE 29JUN
6/28/2011 AA Los Angeles (LAX) Terminal 4 Construction
6/24/2011 Buenos Aires And Montevideo/Chilean Volcano - Travel Notice Exception Advisory - UPDATE 1554CT/24JUN - EXTENDED DATE
6/22/2011 Australia and New Zealand Travel Policy/Chilean Volcano Impact - UPDATE 927CT/22JUN
6/14/2011 Chilean Volcano Update 3 - UPDATE 1050CT/14JUN
6/14/2011 Baggage Allowance Update - UPDATE 0100CT/14JUN
6/13/2011 Chilean Volcano Update 2 - UPDATE 1648CT/13JUN
6/09/2011 Chilean Volcano Update 1 - UPDATE 1203CT/09JUN

Industrial Action Planned In The United Kingdom
Updated 29JUN

On Thursday. June 30, the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union plans a day of industrial action. The action involves the UK Border Agency who look after passport control and immigration. As a result, it is possible that passengers will experience delays getting though London Heathrow throughout the day. For more information please go to Possible Delays Entering The U.K.

You may also look for details on the following websites:

UK Border Agency

BAA, London Heathrow Airport

Manchester Airport

AA Los Angeles (LAX) Terminal 4 Construction
1630CT/28JUN

American Airlines Terminal 4 at Los Angeles International Airport will be undergoing construction beginning Tuesday, June 28, through approximately May 2012. This construction will have a rolling impact on two gates at a time throughout the duration of the project requiring the use of remote gate areas for flight departures and arrivals at impacted gates. During this time, please advise customers to arrive at their assigned gate within Terminal 4 at least 60 minutes prior to their scheduled departure time to allow additional time for the boarding process. Please refer to arrive early for departures from LAX.

Buenos Aires And Montevideo/Chilean Volcano - Travel Notice Exception Advisory
Update 1554CT/24JUN - EXTENDED DATE

Due to the eruption of the Chilean volcano and subsequent ash, American Airlines offers customers the convenience to change their plans.

Please refer to Buenos Aires And Montevideo/Chilean Volcano - Travel Note Exception Advisory

Australia and New Zealand Travel Policy/Chilean Volcano Impact
Updated 927CT/22JUN

Due to the Chilean volcanic ash, American Airlines and Qantas offer customers the convenience to change their plans. Customers ticketed to travel on AA* flights operated by Qantas to or to/from the airports listed in the alert. Please refer to Australia and New Zealand Travel Policy/Chilean Volcano Impact.

Chilean Volcano Update 3
Update 1050CT/14JUN

Should you receive a call from a customer enquiring about Argentina please be guided by the following. AA is planning on operating flights to/from EZE today including those that diverted to SCL on June 12. Due to the fluidness of this situation, American Airlines will be viewing their flight information carefully. Please ensure your bookings have valid phone contacts.

Baggage Allowance Update
0100CT/14JUN

Effective for travel occurring June 14, 2011 and beyond (regardless of ticket date), excess, oversize and overweight charges have increased. Please refer to Baggage Allowance.

Chilean Volcano Update 2
Update 1648CT/13JUN

Due to volcanic ash from the Chilean volcano, AA flights on June 13 from the U.S. to EZE and EZE to U.S have cancelled. American Airlines is in the process of rebooking customers. Due to the fluidness of this situation, American Airlines will be viewing their flight information carefully. Please ensure your bookings have valid phone contacts.

Chilean Volcano Update 1
Update 1203CT/09JUN

Due to volcanic ash, all AA flights between the U.S. to Argentina and Uruguay on June 9th have been cancelled both northbound and southbound. AA plans to resume service on the evening of June 10 with flights departing from the U.S. to Argentina and Uruguay and with flights departing from Argentina. Additional service is being set up from Uruguay on June 10th since AA doesn't normally operate a flight on Friday night. The impacted flights have gone through American Airlines reaccommodation process.



 


Updated November 28, 2011

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