What will you do with Wi-Fi on your next flight? Maybe you'll respond to all those unread emails in your inbox. Perhaps do some online shopping or update your status. Whether your trip is for business or pleasure, we'll keep you connected, and plugged in, while onboard.
Stay on top of business or leisurely pursuits while flying with American. Wi-Fi is available on many of our planes, and we continue to add it to more of our fleet. Now we are also adding Wi-Fi to all of our new two-class regional jets. Daily and monthly Wi-Fi passes are now valid on both American Airlines and US Airways flights.
Relax and recharge—literally. You'll find power outlets at every First Class and Business Class seat, and within reach of every seat in the Main Cabin. Just look for the lightning bolt symbol overhead, designating powerport-equipped seats. Plus, enjoy USB ports on
We want to keep you connected even before you arrive at the airport. Our mobile notifications service will send you updates on your flight's status, connecting gate information and even baggage claim. You can also save time with mobile boarding.
Enjoy increased talk time on the ground before you depart. You may use your cell phone, laptop computer, two-way pager, and PDA until the aircraft door is closed; however, use of cell phones is not allowed during flight per Federal Communication Commission rules.
You can 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:
Devices will need to be in airplane mode and you'll need to secure them by either holding or placing them under your seat.
Wi-Fi access on equipped aircraft will be available shortly after takeoff.
This doesn't apply to larger items such as laptops. Those items will still need to be stowed.