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To connect you to even more of the world, we rely on valuable codeshare agreements with other airlines to bring you easy access to more destinations as smoothly and seamlessly as possible.
A codeshare agreement allows us to directly sell a flight on another carrier using an American Airlines code and flight number. In other words, through a codeshare agreement, airlines can sell seats on flights operated by the other carrier. We codeshare on select quality carriers, including most oneworld® member airlines. See below for a complete list of our codeshare partners.
As part of our merger with US Airways, we are bringing you an expanded worldwide network with even more opportunities to earn miles. To offer easy access to the combined company's global network, we have a codeshare with US Airways, allowing each airline to sell seats on each other's flights.
Through our codeshare, you can book travel for flights operated by the other carrier and easily combine select flights operated by each airline on a single itinerary when booking travel on aa.com, usairways.com or through travel agencies. This provides you with a more convenient travel journey when booking or checking in for flights. Plus, if you're connecting on codeshare flights, you can seamlessly transfer bags when traveling on an itinerary that includes flights operated by both carriers.
All domestic and most international flights operated throughout each other's networks are now available through our codeshare.*
To learn more about the benefits of our codeshare, visit aa.com/arriving.
*Visit aa.com/arriving for a complete list of select flights pending government approval.
You can benefit from codeshare agreements by enjoying a large, global network – more flights and more destinations. Plus, travel with ease with:
Connecting through London or Madrid?
Check your ticket before you fly through our busiest hubs to make sure you know where to go. Even if you have a connecting boarding pass issued by American Airlines, you may be connecting on a flight operated by a oneworld® or codeshare airline. To find out, simply look for the words "operated by…" on your ticket.
Service between North America and Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain and Switzerland.
Service for the U.S. and Canada to/from the United Kingdom and points beyond in Europe, India, Africa and the Middle East.
Service between the United States and Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.
Service between the United States and Finland, Belgium, France, Germany, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Sweden and Switzerland.
Service between the United States and Spain, plus other destinations in Europe and Africa via Spain.
Service between the United States and China, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Service between the United States and Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Easter Island and Peru.
Service within Malaysia and to/from Asia, Australia, U.S., Europe and the Middle East.
Service between the United States and Australia and New Zealand.
Service between the United States and Doha, Qatar and select services between Europe and Qatar and points beyond in Africa and Asia
Service between the United States and Jordan.
Note: At this time, AA does not codeshare with oneworld member S7.
Service between U.S. and Tahiti.
Service within the United States and select cities in Canada.
*Please see note about discontinued codeshare to the Caribbean only.
Service includes only El Al's codeshare on flights operated by American Airlines.
Service between the United States and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and select services between Europe and Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Service between U.S. and Fiji.
Service between the United States and Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.; Bahrain; Doha, QATAR; Kuwait; and Muscat, Oman.
Service between the United States and China.
Service within and between the Hawaiian cities of Honolulu, Hilo, Kona, Lihue, Lanai and Kahului.
Service between the United States and New Zealand.
Service between Paris/Orly and Newark's Liberty International Airport.
Service between San Juan, Puerto Rico and select Seaborne markets.
Service between the United States and Brazil and within Brazil.
Our merger with US Airways provides an expanded network which can take you to more than 330 destinations around the world.
American codeshares on WestJet on select Canadian routes.
*Effective March 1,2014, American Airlines will no longer codeshare on Cape Air flights to the Caribbean, including travel from San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU) to Anguilla (AXA), Mayaguez, Puerto Rico (MAZ), Nevis (NEV), Tortola, British Virgin Islands (EIS) and Vieques, Puerto Rico (VQS). As a result of this change, mileage accrual will no longer be offered in these markets.
All award travel on Cape Air must be booked and ticketed by February 28, 2014. Travel is valid one year after ticket date and all award travel must be completed by February 28, 2015. All previously ticketed reservations prior to February 28, 2014, must complete travel within one year or by February 28, 2015, whichever is earlier. No changes to the Cape Air flight segments will be allowed during that period.