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American Airlines Shuttle

American Airlines Shuttle
IATA ICAO Callsign
AA AAL AMERICAN
Founded1961 (as Eastern Air Lines Shuttle)
Commenced operationsOctober 17, 2015 (2015-10-17)
AOC #AALA025A[1]
Frequent-flyer programAAdvantage
Destinations
Company sloganGoing for great.
Parent companyAmerican Airlines Group
Traded asNASDAQAAL
HeadquartersCentrePort, Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Key people
RevenueSee parent
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Net incomeSee parent
Total assetsSee parent
Total equitySee parent
Websitewww.aa.com/i18n/travel-info/experience/american-airlines-shuttle.jsp

American Airlines Shuttle is the brand name for American Airlines' hourly air shuttle service operating in the Northeastern United States. It serves Logan International Airport in Boston, LaGuardia Airport in New York City, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Washington, D.C., and O’Hare International Airport in Chicago.[5]

History

The brand was transferred to American Airlines after its final integration with US Airways was completed on October 17, 2015.[6] It is the descendant of the original Eastern Air Lines Shuttle, which began operating in 1961, and in subsequent iterations operated as Trump Shuttle, USAir Shuttle, and US Airways Shuttle.

Services

American Airlines Shuttle offers hourly weekday flights between the four cities. There are slight schedule changes for weekend flights, with Saturday flights primarily departing in the morning/afternoon and Sunday flights mostly hourly or every other hour.

Shuttle flights have dedicated check-in facilities and baggage carousels, workstations at gates in Boston, complimentary snacks and alcoholic beverages in all cabins, and other services.[3]

Fleet

The American Airlines Shuttle utilizes its Airbus A319, Embraer 175, Embraer 190, and Boeing 737 aircraft.[3]

American Airlines Shuttle Fleet
Aircraft Passengers Routes Notes
F Y Total
Embraer 175 12 64 76 Washington – New York Operated by Republic Airline
Airbus A319-100 8 120 128 Washington – Boston

New York – Boston

Embraer 190 11 88 99 Washington – New York

New York – Boston

Boeing 737-800 16 144 160 Chicago – New York

References

  1. ^ "Airline Certificate Information – Detail View". av-info.faa.gov. Federal Aviation Administration. May 12, 2015. Certificate Number AALA025A
  2. ^ [www.usatoday.com]
  3. ^ a b c "American Airlines Shuttle". American Airlines, Inc. 2015. Retrieved October 17, 2015.
  4. ^ "American Airlines Group Executive Leadership Team". American Airlines, Inc. 2015. Archived from the original on 2016-03-16. Retrieved December 28, 2015.
  5. ^ Mutzabaugh, Ben (2018-01-18). "American Airlines adds Chicago O'Hare to its 'Shuttle' line-up". USA TODAY. Retrieved 2019-06-09.
  6. ^ Clabaugh, Jeff (October 13, 2015). "As of Saturday, no more US Airways at DCA". Washington Business Journal. Retrieved December 29, 2015.