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Effective February 26, 2014, American Airlines is moving to Terminal 4.
You can now travel between the American Airlines and US Airways terminals without leaving security via a new shuttle service. The shuttle runs every 20 minutes between 5 a.m. and 11 p.m., with stops at Terminal 3, gate 39 and Terminal 4, gate 44.
Good news! You're now able to read your e-books, play games, and watch videos on your portable electronic devices from gate to gate within the U.S. There are a few things to keep in mind during taxi, takeoff and landing:
This change won't be implemented on some of American's regional flights (operated as American Eagle) until later this year. Because the safety of our customers and people is always our top priority, you should still listen to all safety briefings and comply with crewmember instructions.
As part of ongoing preparations for our proposed merger with US Airways, we are implementing changes to our flight numbers to accommodate the US Airways flights to be added to our network as a combined carrier. The first phase of this change will roll out on all flights operated by American Eagle and ExpressJet beginning June 12 and will appear on aa.com and other reservation systems on May 5. Flight dates and times will remain the same, and no action is required on your part.
Passengers wishing to carry spare lithium batteries for devices such as laptops, cell phones, wheelchairs or assistive devices, hearing aids and cameras are required to pack them in their carry-on baggage with the terminals covered/insulated. For safety, we recommend that you remove batteries from devices in your checked bags and place them in your carry-on in separate plastic bags.
Damaged batteries will not be accepted for transport.
Batteries for automobiles, boats or aircraft will not be accepted for transport.Please see visit the Safe Travel website for tips on traveling with spare batteries.
The following locations may experience irregular operations due to circumstances described below. Please check www.aa.com/gates for updated information. Also, please check our Suggested Arrival Times page to allow enough time to arrive at the airport before your departure.
Check your ticket before you travel on a connecting flight, as you may be connecting on a flight operated by one of our oneworld® or codeshare partners. To find out, look for the words "operated by…" on your ticket. Learn more about codeshare flights.
Strollers that are large, non-collapsible or over 20 lbs. must be checked at the ticket counter. Learn more about traveling with infants or children.
Customers with pets traveling as checked baggage are required to present a valid health certificate. Learn more about traveling with pets.
As a result of the Transportation Security Administration mandate, all passengers are required to have Secure Flight Passenger Data in their reservation at least 72 hours prior to departure in order to travel. Learn more about Secure Flight Passenger Data.