American Airlines Reservation

American Airlines

American Airlines Reservation

Outline your tentative travel plans. Consider where you want to travel and the dates that you'd like to travel. If you are looking to book flights, or a package deal, think about these things.

  • Keep a record of all your plans so you can refer to them when you book.
  • Flexibility is key to your success. Flexibility is key to getting a great deal on your flight.
  • Wednesdays are generally the most affordable day to travel.
  • Last-minute flights are often very affordable, especially when you combine them with a hotel or rental car. This is known as a package deal.
  • Alternative airports are often cheaper and have better connections than larger airport hubs. For example, if your goal is to fly to Washington, DC, you might consider Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI), instead of National Airport or Dulles International Airport (IAD). BWI is located just outside Washington and offers excellent transport into the city.
  • Compare flight prices The cost of a flight varies depending on several factors, including when you book and how far in advance. You are more likely to find the best deal by comparing prices on different websites.
  • If possible, book at least six weeks in advance. You will get the best prices and flight options if you book this far in advance.
  • Tuesdays at 3:00 Eastern Time are the best days to book your flight.
  • Information on the best flights and times is collated by travel sites. These sites include Kayak and Expedia as well as Cheap Tickets and Priceline. You can automatically compare prices and factor travel variables into your search on these travel sites.
  • It is a smart idea to compare prices across travel sites, as they can have very different offers.
  • Book your tickets on airline websites. You can often find better and cheaper flights on airline websites.
  • Consider one-way travel with different airlines for each leg to get more options.
  • Keep track of all flight offers and fares. Keep track of all details, including flight times and fees, as you compare flights. This will make it easier to choose the best flight.
  • Be sure to check if such items are included in the price, such as taxes or baggage fees.
  • Check the cancellation policies and fees for each flight. If you don't know these details in advance, it can be costly and time-consuming to cancel or modify your flight.
  • Purchase your ticket. After you have chosen the best flight for your trip, it is time to purchase your ticket.
  • Follow the prompts on websites. Each site will require you to enter information such as your name and number of travels.
  • Usually, you can pay baggage fees or select seats during your booking sessions. To minimize the time spent at the airport, it's a good idea.
  • To confirm your American Airlines Reservation if you are traveling internationally, you will require a passport.
  • Decide whether you would like to pay extras like an upgrade in seat class or travel coverage.
  • Many airlines and travel sites offer additional specials for add-ons like a rental car or hotel stay.
  • Print the booking confirmation and any other pertinent documents. To avoid any problems or questions regarding your booking, make sure you bring these documents with you to the airport.
  • The "24-hour rule" applies to your flight booking. Within 24 hours, you must check the price once more. Call the airline to rebook your flight at the lowest price, with no penalty.

Frequently Asked Questions (Faqs)

$75 The American Airline change fee is charged for all changes. You can modify your travel booking and make changes to the original. A confirmation email will be sent to your registered email address with information about cancelled or changed flights.

Seat details

Members of AAdvantage can select a seat for a flat fee. This is based on their status. If you do not check in, your seats will be assigned automatically for free. It is not possible to guarantee seating together.

Your alternate flight must be to the same destination as your original flight. You can confirm your flight change only within 24 hours after departure of your desired flight. The change can be done online at or at the airport (at either the self-service kiosks or ticket counters) or by calling Reservations.

You can change your seat selection online if you already booked your flight. Once your ticket has been booked, upgrading from coach to first-class is not possible. Unsold seats in first-class are upgrades for passengers who have status.

American Airline's policy on flight changes

There are no change fees for domestic, international and selected long-haul flights. As long as you're not flying basic economy Basic economy fares are non-refundable and cannot be changed.

Seat selection: Starting at $9 per person, and ending at 10 per person. If you do not pay, your seats will be assigned automatically. Boarding: Final board group (Group 8/9 depending on the route)

Longer flights: Main Cabin Extra is definitely worth the because you get more legroom and complimentary beverages. Long-haul flights require more legroom so you can stand up and not disturb your fellow passengers.

The system will automatically search for seats together before you leave. While we will do our best to keep you all together, if there are not enough seats, we'll assign seats so that children under 15 years old are next to at most 1 adult.

American Airline (AA), allows one carry-on bag per passenger and 1 personal item (purse or briefcase, laptop bag) for a fee free. Limitations on the size and weight of carry-on bags include 45 inches (22x14x9 in) and 115 cm (56x36x23cm) with handles and wheels.

These are the main methods to get your checked bag free on American Airline.

  1. Qualify for AAdvantage elite status. ...
  2. Attain one world elite status ...
  3. Get an AAdvantage Credit Card. ...
  4. You can book a ticket of a higher class. ...
  5. Active-duty military