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American Airlines flies to 81 domestic destinations (including United States territories) and 76 international destinations in 39 countries (including British overseas territories and Kingdom of the Netherlands) across Asia, Americas and Europe. This list does not include Code-Shares and cities only served by American Eagle (see American Eagle Airlines destinations) and/or AmericanConnection.

Contents

Asia

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East Asia

South Asia

Europe

Americas

Caribbean

North America

Central America

South America

Former destinations

Asia
  • Japan - Nagoya[4], Osaka[5]
  • Republic of China (Taiwan) - Taipei[6]
Europe
  • France - Lyon, Paris Orly
  • Germany - Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart
  • Ireland - Shannon
  • Russia - Moscow
  • Sweden - Stockholm
  • Switzerland - Geneva
  • United Kingdom - Birmingham, Glasgow, London Gatwick, London Stansted
North America
  • Canada
    • Alberta - Edmonton
  • Puerto Rico
    • Aguadilla
    • Ponce
  • United States
    • Arizona - Douglas
    • Arkansas - Little Rock
    • California - Bakersfield, Oakland, Santa Barbara
    • Florida - Daytona Beach, Melbourne
    • Missouri - Joplin (until 1960s)
    • New York - Albany, Floyd Bennett Field (Service moved to LaGuardia), Buffalo, Islip, Newburgh , Rochester, Syracuse
    • North Carolina - Fayetteville
    • Ohio - Akron/Canton
    • Oregon - Eugene
    • Pennsylvania - Harrisburg
    • Rhode Island- Providence
    • South Carolina - Charleston, Columbia, Greenville/Spartanburg
    • Tennessee - Chattanooga
    • Texas - Fort Worth (Service moved to Dallas-Fort Worth), Houston (Hobby Airport)[7] (As of 2008, American Eagle Airlines, American Airlines's commuter affiliate, serves Hobby. American Airlines and American Eagle both serve George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston)
Oceania

American served Oceania via Honolulu during the early 1970s.[8] They returned to the South Pacific in the early 1990's with service via Honolulu to Sydney and Auckland.

  • American Samoa - Pago Pago
  • Australia - Melbourne, Sydney
  • Fiji - Nadi
  • New Zealand - Auckland
South America
  • Paraguay - Asunción[9]
  • Peru - Cuzco
  • Colombia - Barranquilla

References


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American Airlines flies to 81 domestic destinations (including United States territories) and 76 international destinations in 46 countries (including British overseas territories and Kingdom of the Netherlands) across Asia, Americas and Europe. This list does not include Code-Shares and cities only served by American Eagle (see American Eagle Airlines destinations) and/or AmericanConnection.

Contents

Asia

East Asia

South Asia

Europe

Americas

Caribbean

North America

Central America

South America

Former destinations

Asia
  • Japan - Nagoya[4], Osaka[5]
  • Republic of China (Taiwan) - Taipei[6]
  • Israel- Tel Aviv
Europe
  • France - Lyon, Paris-Orly
  • Germany - Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart
  • Ireland - Shannon
  • Russia - Moscow
  • Sweden - Stockholm
  • Switzerland - Geneva
  • United Kingdom - Birmingham, Glasgow, London-Gatwick, London-Stansted
North America
  • Canada
    • Edmonton
  • Puerto Rico
    • Aguadilla
    • Ponce
  • United States
    • Arizona - Douglas
    • Arkansas - Little Rock
    • California - Bakersfield, Oakland, Santa Barbara
    • Florida - Daytona Beach, Melbourne
    • Missouri - Joplin
    • New York - Albany, Buffalo, Islip, Newburgh, Rochester, Syracuse
    • North Carolina - Fayetteville
    • Ohio - Akron/Canton
    • Oregon - Eugene
    • Pennsylvania - Harrisburg
    • Rhode Island- Providence
    • South Carolina - Charleston, Columbia, Greenville/Spartanburg
    • Tennessee - Chattanooga
    • Texas - Houston-Hobby Airport[7]
Oceania

American served Oceania via Honolulu during the early 1970s.[8] They returned to the South Pacific in the early 1990s with service via Honolulu to Sydney and Auckland.

  • American Samoa - Pago Pago
  • Australia - Melbourne, Sydney
  • Fiji - Nadi
  • New Zealand - Auckland
South America
  • Paraguay - Asunción[9]
  • Peru - Cuzco
  • Colombia - Barranquilla

References


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