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Buy American Airlines Domestic Flights

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Why Buy American Airlines Domestic Flights?

American Airlines, is a major US-based airline headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. American Airlines is the world's largest airline when measured by fleet size, scheduled passengers carried, and revenue passenger mile. The airline flies to over 350 destinations in over 50 countries.

American Airlines hubs across many airports including Charlotte Douglas International Airport, O'Hare International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, Miami International Airport, etc.

If you're looking to fly domestic within the US with American Airlines - Alternative Airlines is here to help. American Airlines makes it super easy to fly domestically across the US - the airline operates flights to over 250 destinations in the United States.



American Airlines  Domestic Routes

Most of American Airlines flight routes consist of domestic flights in the USA. American Airlines flies to over 250 domestic destinations within the US every day. Below are some of the most travelled domestic routes handled by American Airlines:

Denver ✈ New York, Orlando, Las Vegas and Atlanta

Philadelphia ✈ Orlando, San Diego, Detroit, Seattle

Las Vegas ✈ New York, Miami, Houston, Washington

Orlando ✈ Las Vegas, New York, Pittsburgh, Seattle

Below is a table of all domestic destinations and airports that American Airlines serves:

Alabama Birmingham Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport
Huntsville Huntsville International Airport
Mobile Mobile Regional Airport
Montgomery Montgomery Regional Airport
Alaska Anchorage Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
Fairbanks Fairbanks International Airport
Arizona Phoenix Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Tucson Tucson International Airport
Yuma Yuma International Airport
Arkansas Bentonville Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport
California Burbank Hollywood Burbank Airport
Fresno Fresno Yosemite International Airport
Los Angeles Los Angeles International Airport
Ontario Ontario International Airport
Palm Springs Palm Springs International Airport
Sacramento Sacramento International Airport
San Diego San Diego International Airport
San Francisco San Francisco International Airport
San Jose Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport
Santa Ana John Wayne Airport
Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Municipal Airport
Colorado Colorado Springs Colorado Springs Airport
Denver Denver International Airport
Hayden Yampa Valley Airport
Montrose Montrose Regional Airport
Vail Eagle County Regional Airport
Connecticut Hartford Bradley International Airport
District of Columbia Washington, D.C. Washington Dulles International Airport
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Florida Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport
Fort Myers Southwest Florida International Airport
Jacksonville Jacksonville International Airport
Miami Miami International Airport
Orlando Orlando International Airport
Sarasota Sarasota Bradenton International Airport
Pensacola Pensacola International Airport
Tampa Tampa International Airport
West Palm Beach Palm Beach International Airport
Georgia Atlanta Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Hawaii Honolulu Daniel K. Inouye International Airport
Kahului Kahului Airport
Kailua-Kona Kona International Airport
Lihue Lihue Airport
Idaho Boise Boise Airport
Illinois Chicago O'Hare International Airport
Indiana Indianapolis Indianapolis International Airport
Iowa Des Moines Des Moines International Airport
Kansas Wichita Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport
Kentucky Louisville Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport
Louisiana Baton Rouge Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport
New Orleans Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
Maine Portland Portland International Jetport
Maryland Baltimore Baltimore–Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport
Massachusetts Boston Logan International Airport
Worcester Worcester Regional Airport
Michigan Detroit Detroit Metropolitan Airport
Minnesota Minneapolis Minneapolis−Saint Paul International Airport
Missouri Kansas City Kansas City International Airport
St. Louis St. Louis Lambert International Airport
Montana Bozeman Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport
Missoula Missoula International Airport
Nebraska Omaha Eppley Airfield
Nevada Las Vegas McCarran International Airport
Reno Reno–Tahoe International Airport
New Hampshire Manchester Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
New Jersey Newark Newark Liberty International Airport
New Mexico Albuquerque Albuquerque International Sunport
Santa Fe Santa Fe Municipal Airport
New York Albany Albany International Airport
Buffalo Buffalo Niagara International Airport
New York City John F. Kennedy International Airport
LaGuardia Airport
Rochester Greater Rochester International Airport
Syracuse Syracuse Hancock International Airport
North Carolina Charlotte Charlotte Douglas International Airport
Greensboro Piedmont Triad International Airport
Raleigh Raleigh–Durham International Airport
Wilmington Wilmington International Airport
North Dakota Bismarck Bismarck Municipal Airport
Fargo Hector International Airport
Ohio Akron Akron–Canton Regional Airport
Cincinnati Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
Cleveland Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
Columbus John Glenn Columbus International Airport
Dayton Dayton International Airport
Toledo Toledo Express Airport
Oklahoma Oklahoma City Will Rogers World Airport
Tulsa Tulsa International Airport
Oregon Portland Portland International Airport
Redmond Redmond Municipal Airport
Pennsylvania Harrisburg Harrisburg International Airport
Philadelphia Philadelphia International Airport
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh International Airport
Puerto Rico San Juan Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport
Rhode Island Providence T. F. Green Airport
Tennessee Knoxville McGhee Tyson Airport
Memphis Memphis International Airport
Nashville Nashville International Airport
Texas Austin Austin–Bergstrom International Airport
Dallas Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
El Paso El Paso International Airport
Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport
San Antonio San Antonio International Airport
U.S. Virgin Islands Saint Croix Henry E. Rohlsen Airport
Saint Thomas Cyril E. King Airport
Utah Salt Lake City Salt Lake City International Airport
Virginia Norfolk Norfolk International Airport
Richmond Richmond International Airport
Washington Seattle Seattle–Tacoma International Airport
Spokane Spokane International Airport
Wisconsin Milwaukee Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport
Wyoming Jackson Jackson Hole Airport
Uruguay Montevideo Carrasco International Airport


The Cabin

When flying domestically with American Airlines, you'll have a choice of five different cabin classes - Basic, Main Cabin, Premium Economy, Business and First. Each class has different levels of services with a range of advantages.

Basic Economy: If you are looking to buy cheap American Airlines flight tickets then Basic Economy is the best option for you. In economy you'll still get a comfortable journey and enjoy the free in-flight entertainment.

Main Cabin: Main Cabin enables you to have snacks and soft drinks which are free of charge! Depending on your flight journey, additional food and drinks may be available to purchase. When you fly in Main Cabin you can book or buy your preferred seat.

Premium Economy: You are eligible for a chef-inspired meal with complimentary beer, wine, spirits and other refreshments during your premium experience. Each seat in Premium Economy has a USB port and power outlets. Plus, WI-FI you can purchase on-board.

Business: In Business class you'll receive a high level of service on all short international flights across the United States. Relax and unwind, all in-flight entertainment is free - catch up with the latest TV shows & movies. American Airlines Business class offers comfort and experience with its complimentary pillows and blankets.

First: This is the highest quality class with American Airlines. The First class cabin has wider seats and extra legroom to enable a comfortable and relaxed experience. You'll receive 5-star service - skip through airport queues and have priority boarding. American Airlines offers a premium variety of dishes with it's partner James Beard Foundation.  



Check-In & Arrival

How to check-in

When flying with American Airlines you can check in online, at a check-in kiosk at the airport or at a full-service check-in counter at the airport.


You can check-in online or from the American Airlines app from 24 hours - 45 minutes before the flight departure time (or 90 minutes for international flights). To avoid long queues at the airport we recommend that you check-in online.


If you're unable to check in online, you can check in at the airport using a self-service check-in kiosk or a full-service check-in desk.

Arrival time

Whether you're checking in online or at the airport, we advise that you aim to arrive at the airport at least 2 hours before your flight. When flying domestically within the United States, you can check in 45 minutes before your flight departure time. For international flights, check-in opens 60 prior to your flight time. Please bear in mind that some airports open check-in desks earlier - check your itinerary to find out the time check-in opens for your specific flight.



American Airlines Domestic Flight Baggage

Carry-On Baggage

For all American Airlines flights, you can bring one personal item and 1 carry-on bag on-board completely free of charge. A personal item can be a purse, a small handbag, a laptop, a briefcase and totes. Your personal item should fit under the seat in front of you and shouldn't exceed 18 x 14 x8 inches / 45 x 35 x 20 cm.

Carry-on bags shouldn't exceed 22 x 14 x 9 inches / 56 x 36 x 23 centimetres (including handles and wheels). If you're carry-on doesn't fit in the sizer at the airport, it may need to be checked. Your carry-on should fit in the overhead lockers.

Checked Baggage

Free checked baggage depends on the destination you wish to travel to and the cabin class you fly with. If you require luggage in Basic Economy you'll have to pay around $30 for your 1st checked bag. For all regions, other than Australia and New Zealand, your checked baggage allowance is dimension 62in (158cm) and weight 50lbs (23kg). For First and Business class, weight must not exceed 70lbs (32kg).




Do you need a passport for American Airlines domestic flights?

No, if you are travelling within the US and are a US citizen you don't need a passport to travel. All you need is one piece of government-issued photo ID that displays your personal details including your date of birth and name.  

If you're a non-US citizen you'll need a passport in order to travel within the US.

How early should I arrive for American Airlines domestic flights?

Whether you're flying internationally or domestically with American Airlines, we recommend that you arrive at the airport at least 2 hours prior to flight departure time, especially if you have to check in any baggage or need to ask for special assistance.

What meals are available on American Airlines domestic flights?

On domestic flights over 250 miles, you can buy alcoholic beverages including beer and wine. You can also purchase snacks on flights over 1,300 miles such as Pringles, roasted almonds and Haribos. For flights over 2,200 miles / over 4.5hours, you'll receive a meal free of charge as well as fresh fruit and yoghurt.

Do domestic American Airlines flights have Wi-Fi?

WI-FI is available to purchase on board for a small extra fee. American Airlines offers high-speed WIFI, keeping you connected thousands of feets up in the air. WI-FI is available on both domestic and international flights.

Is there in-flight entertainment on domestic flights with American Airlines?

American Airlines offers in-flight entertainment on international flights as well as domestic flights. Sit back and enjoy your flight with a wide range of free entertainment. Keep up with the latest TV shows or watch some old-school classic movies.


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