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  2. American Eagle (airline brand) - Wikipedia

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    American Eagle is a US brand name for the regional branch of American Airlines, under which six individual regional airlines operate short- and medium-haul feeder flights. Three of these airlines, Envoy Air (formerly American Eagle Airlines), Piedmont Airlines, and PSA Airlines, are wholly owned subsidiaries of the American Airlines Group.

  3. American Eagle | Book Flights and Save - Alternative Airlines

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    About. American Eagle is the brand name for the regional branch of American Airlines that focuses on short-haul and medium-haul 'feeder' operations. The airline was founded in 1978 in Forth Worth, Texas as Simmons Airlines

  4. Envoy Air - Wikipedia

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    Envoy began as a collection of regional carriers with contracts to carry the American Eagle brand name. The first American Eagle flight was operated by Metroflight Airlines, which was a wholly-owned subsidiary of Metro Airlines (formerly Houston Metro Airlines), on November 1, 1984, from Fayetteville, Arkansas and Fort Smith, Arkansas, to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

  5. Carry-on bags − Travel information − American Airlines

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    Regional flights on American Eagle ® planes have limited overhead bin space. If your carry-on is larger than the personal item dimensions, you must valet your bag before boarding.** We’ll tag and check your bag at the gate for you free of charge.

  6. Customer service plan − Support − American Airlines

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    American Airlines and American Eagle initially submitted their joint Customer Service Plan to the Department of Transportation (DOT) in 1999 and updated it in 2010 and 2011. American Airlines and its regional airline partner American Eagle serve almost 250 cities around the world, from Abilene to Zurich, and operate more than 3400 daily flights.

  7. American Eagle ops decimated by pilot shortage - CEO - ch ...

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    Around 100 regional jets operated by capacity providers on behalf of American Airlines (AA, Dallas/Fort Worth) under the American Eagle brand are currently grounded due to a lack of pilots, Chief Executive Robert Isom said during the Bernstein Strategic Decisions investor conference. According to The Dallas Morning News, Isom explained that the root of the problem was the downsizing undertaken ...

  8. American Eagle stock declines on Morgan Stanley downgrade

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    Shares of American Eagle are in focus this morning after Morgan Stanley downgraded its rating on the apparel company from equal weight to underweight and lowered its price target to $8. That's not ...

  9. American Airlines - Airline Route Maps

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    American Airlines is the world s largest airline by fleet size, passengers carried and revenue. The merger with US Airways took place in 2013, and by 2015 the brand was fully phased out. American Airlines is one of the founding members of Oneworld, operating out of 10 hubs across the United States; the three largest hubs are Dallas/Ft. Worth ...

  10. American Airlines route map - Europe - Airline Route Maps

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    American Airlines is the world s largest airline by fleet size, passengers carried and revenue. The merger with US Airways took place in 2013, and by 2015 the brand was fully phased out. American Airlines is one of the founding members of Oneworld, operating out of 10 hubs across the United States; the three largest hubs are Dallas/Ft. Worth ...

  11. Get American Airlines Group Inc (AAL:NASDAQ) real-time stock quotes, news, price and financial information from CNBC.