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A Snapshot of American in Dallas/Fort Worth
 
American Airlines has a long-standing commitment to North Texas. The airline relocated its headquarters from New York City to Fort Worth in 1979, and since then, has become a significantly important economic engine for the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) has grown to become American’s largest hub, serving as a central gateway to American’s extensive international and domestic network, and currently stands as third busiest in terms of operations and eighth largest in terms of passenger boardings.

Operations
  • Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) was established as an American hub in 1981.
  • American and American Eagle operate out of Terminals A, B, C and D at DFW.
  • At DFW, American and American Eagle offer over 750 daily departures including service to international destinations such as :
    • Europe
    • Latin America
    • Mexico
    • Japan
    • The Caribbean
    • Canada
  • In addition, American and American Eagle together also serve nearly 170 destinations from DFW.
  • In 2010, American and American Eagle carried more than 45 million departing and arriving passengers through its Dallas/Fort Worth hub.
  • Currently, American and American Eagle service represents more than 85 percent of all traffic at DFW.
  • American's employment in the community has grown to more than 24,000, making it one of the largest private employers in North Texas with an annual payroll that exceeds $2 billion including salaries and benefits, while more than 350,000 additional jobs are created through ancillary businesses.
  • Executives: Art Pappas – Vice President DFW Hub
Admirals Club
Terminal D Admirals Club
  • Located across from Gate 24
  • 21,000 square feet
  • Seating capacity: 340
  • Two Conference Rooms seating 10 and 12
  • Cyber Café featuring six PCs and Business Center with Internet access, laser jet printers and FAX service
  • Children’s Room: PCs and TV
  • Private showers: five (one handicap accessible)
  • Hours: Sunday-Friday, 5:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Saturday, 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Terminal A Admirals Club
  • Located on third floor across from Gate 24
  • 28,000 square feet
  • Seating capacity: 310
  • Business Center with Internet access, laser jet printers and FAX service
  • Children’s Room: six PCs
  • Bose Music Room: 14 satellite music stations
  • Private showers: seven with heated towel racks (one handicap accessible)
  • Exercise facilities
  • Three Conference Rooms seating four, six and 20 May 2011
  • Hours: Sunday-Friday, 5:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Saturday, 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Terminal B Admirals Club
  • Located on first floor between Gates five and six
  • 10,000 square feet
  • Seating capacity: 130
  • Business Center with Internet access, laser jet printers and FAX service
  • TV lounge area
  • Private showers: one (one handicap accessible)
  • Three Conference Rooms seating eight, six and six
  • Hours: Monday-Friday, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Sunday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Terminal C Admirals Club
  • Located on third floor across from Gates 19 and 20
  • 29,000 square feet
  • Seating capacity: 420
  • Business Center with Internet access, laser jet printers and FAX service
  • Children’s Room: three PCs
  • TV lounges
  • Private showers: two (one handicap accessible)
  • Executive Center with nine conference rooms seating up to 14
  • Hours: Sunday-Friday, 5:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Saturday, 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Community Support
  • American in active in local, regional and international organizations that foster Dallas/Fort Worth’s economic growth as well as in a host of community and civic programs supporting diverse causes including:
    • Junior Achievement of Dallas and Fort WorthJunior Achievement of Dallas and Fort Worth
    • North Texas Volunteer Center
    • North Texas and Tarrant Area Food Banks
    • Paul Quinn College
    • Something mAAgic Foundation
    • Snowball Express
    • Steve Harvey Mentoring Program
    • Susan G. Komen for the Cure®
    • Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children
    • United Service Organization (USO)
  • The American Airlines Center underscores American's continuing commitment to Dallas/FortWorth, its institutions and its hopes for the future. The Center is home to the Dallas Mavericks of the National Basketball Association, the Dallas Stars of the National Hockey League and also is a regular host of private parties, concerts, family shows and other specialty events.
  • To learn more about American’s overall corporate citizenship, visit AA.com/Joinus.  American’s Corporate Responsibility Report can be found on AA.com by selecting Corporate Responsibility under the About Us tab.
oneworld Alliance
  • oneworld is a global alliance that brings together 12 of the world's biggest and best airlines, all committed to providing world-class service and value – with two more joining soon. Jointly, they and their near 20 affiliate airlines fly to some 900 destinations in almost 150 countries.
  • One of American’s oneworld partners serves DFW – British Airways.
    • British Airways operates from Terminal D at DFW.
  • In total, American and its oneworld partners, serve nearly 160 nonstop destinations from this airport. 

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