Last updated: March 30 at 5:00 p.m.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to have a large impact on our industry. Here's everything you need to know about our response to COVID-19. For complete American Airlines coronavirus coverage, please visit the American Airlines newsroom.
Safety remains our top priority, and we want you to know about the steps we’re taking to care for our team members, customers and vendor partners in response to the COVID-19. We have implemented measures beyond CDC recommendations to ensure we are compliant with all directives for preventing the spread of COVID-19 at our facilities and on our aircraft, including:
We are still operating domestic and international widebody routes carrying cargo to destinations in the U.S., Asia and Europe. The international destinations include:
We also continue to offer short-haul international flying to Canada, Mexico, Caribbean, Central American and certain markets in the northern part of South America, as scheduled.
We're also preparing for our next cargo-only roundtrip flights between Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and Frankfurt Airport (FRA) to depart over the next couple of weeks. On March 20, we launched our first cargo-only flight since 1984 on this route to move cargo in the midst of COVID-19.
To book space on our cargo-only flights, please contact email@example.com for information.
We've adjusted our operating hours in some of our stations throughout our network. Be sure to check your station's hours when planning your shipments.
To ensure your most treasured shipments have a smooth journey during these uncertain times, we are temporarily changing the guidelines for how we transport Live Animals.
Effective Wednesday, March 25, we are implementing the following changes for Live Animal shipments scheduled on or after the effective date:
To ensure your customers' loved ones have a smooth journey during these uncertain times, we are temporarily changing the guidelines for our TLC shipments.
Effective Wednesday, March 25, we are implementing the following guidelines: