American Airlines Will Resume Service to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport Monday Morning
FORT WORTH, Texas, April 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- American Airlines will resume service at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport beginning Monday, April 25. American will operate its full schedule.
Due to the severe storm that recently impacted the St. Louis airport, American will now depart from Concourse D. American's ticket counter is still located in Terminal 1, Upper Level. Below is some important information that will help make your upcoming departure easier.
- Visit AA.com for the most current flight status and travel policy updates for St. Louis.
- Check in for your flight by using online check-in at AA.com or the free AA app on your iPhone, iPad or Android device.
- Plan to arrive two (2) hours early, especially if you will be checking bags. Check in at the American Airlines Ticket Counter in Terminal 1, Upper Level.
- Minimize and consolidate your carry-on bags.
- Be prepared for longer wait times at security lines.
- Verify your departure gate when you arrive at the airport. American and American Eagle will depart from Concourse D.
- The Admirals Club will remain closed because of damage.
- If you are flying to St. Louis, you will now arrive at Concourse D. All checked bags will be delivered to the Baggage Claim located in Terminal 1, Lower Level.
"Our team in St. Louis took great care of our customers after the storm," said Tom Del Valle, Sr. Vice President – Domestic Airport Services. "It is not an easy task to restore service to an airport that was hit this hard. The dedication of our employees to help get St. Louis up and running again is just phenomenal. We are proud to be serving our customers in St. Louis once again."
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