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The American Eagle network is the largest regional airline system in the world, with over 1700 daily flights to more than 150 cities throughout the United States, Canada, the Bahamas, the Caribbean and Mexico. Find out where we fly.
American Eagle offers service to many destinations via our hub locations at New York (JFK and LaGuardia), Raleigh/Durham, Boston, Miami, San Juan, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles and Chicago O'Hare. AmericanConnection® flights operate primarily from St. Louis.
American Eagle offers First Class service on all CRJ-700 aircraft on select routes from Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth and New York LaGuardia. See www.aa.com/eaglefirstclass for more information. Along with the introduction of First Class seating, American Eagle offers customers the same level of outstanding service they experience in an American Airlines First Class cabin.
When traveling with American Eagle, you will find a full range of convenient services and features to help make your trip a comfortable and enjoyable experience:
The American Eagle fleet consists of four types of modern jets Bombardier CRJ 700, Embraer 135, Embraer 140 and Embraer 145 as well as the jet-powered turboprop aircraft Super ATR. American Eagle's aircraft feature many of the amenities found on American Airlines jetliners, including overhead storage for carry-on bags, reclining seats, and inflight service. A highly trained flight attendant is on every American Eagle flight for customer service and safety.
Our state-of-the-art CRJ 700 jet offers a smooth, quiet ride and features rich leather seating with adjustable headrests in a two-by-two seating arrangement. Designed to American Eagle's exact specifications, these jets offer air travel on longer flights and more heavily traveled routes between key cities in the American Eagle network.
Like the CRJ 700, our sophisticated, state-of-the-art Embraer jets set the standard for speed, customer comfort and reliability in air travel. These jets offer the same rich leather seating and adjustable headrests, but with a one-by-two seating arrangement. The Embraer jet serves as the foundation to American Eagle service in Dallas/Fort Worth, Chicago O'Hare, New York JFK and LaGuardia, Raleigh Durham and throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.
American Eagle's multiple-award winning in flight magazine, Latitudes, is written in both English and Spanish and provided free to over 40 million American Eagle passengers each year in Admirals Club® Lounges and on all American Eagle flights. A high-quality, lifestyle magazine, Latitudes is published every other month to introduce travelers to enticing destinations using compelling editorial and photography, to entertain with celebrity interviews, educational and inspirational stories. From the idyllic islands of the Caribbean and Bahamas, throughout the US and NE Canada, American Eagle services nearly 160 cities and carries 40 million active travelers each year to the world's most captivating places. See the current Latitudes magazine online at www.EagleLatitudes.com* or review many of our previous editions by visiting the Archives.*
American Way, the award-winning inflight magazine of American Airlines and American Eagle, has been a trusted traveling companion of American Airlines passengers for 40 years. The magazine is filled with quick reads on current topics that will keep you in-the-know - including useful articles that are relevant to your lifestyle and will make your traveling experience even more enjoyable. American Way remains the only inflight magazine that publishes twice every month. Visit the American Way official Web site at www.americanwaymag.com* for the latest issue of American Way magazine or to research the archives for a past article.
The next time you're traveling for business or pleasure, take flight with us and find out for yourself - when it comes to serving you, American Eagle really goes the distance. Make your travel plans today!
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