American Airlines

Description

Dare to discover On the morning of April 15, 1926, a young aviator named Charles A. Lindbergh stowed a bag of mail in his little DH-4 biplane and took off from Chicago for St. Louis. Later that day, he and two other pilots flew three plane loads of mail from St. Louis to Chicago. Lindbergh was chief pilot of Robertson Aircraft Corporation, the second aviation company to hold a U.S. airmail contract, and one of scores of companies that eventually consolidated to form the modern-day American Airlines. At the American Airlines campus located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, our aviation professionals are pushing the limits of innovation and leading change. Our state-of-the-art facilities offer lots of collaboration spaces, access to the latest technology and unbeatable amenities. More importantly, it closely connects us to the team members we support around the world. Interested in joining? Become a part of our talent community and learn more about all the ways you can impact the experience our customers have with us.

Headquarters:
United States

Airlines/Aviation, Aviation & Aerospace

Speciaties:

Travel Cargo Affinity Programs Aviation Aerospace Airline Technology Flight

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Paul Kinsey
Sr. Manager, Flight Service Operations / Security at American Airlines
Sherri Wadley
Manager Crew Resources-Production at American Airlines
Alan Mitzel
Senior Technology Delivery Leader at American Airlines
Michelle Ladkin
Sr. Manager, Applications Development at American Airlines
Blake Jett
Revenue Management Analyst at American Airlines
JoAnn Wilcox
Web Analytics - Digital Marketing at American Airlines
Erica Segovia
Customer Service and Operations Agent at American Airlines
Steven Cole
Manager - HR Travel Services at American Airlines
Amanda Oxley
Manager, Technology Development & Planning, Flight Service at American Airlines
Al Antao
General Manager at American Airlines

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