American Airlines Named to the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index

The airline is the only passenger carrier to appear on the 2021 Index
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FORT WORTH, Texas, November 16, 2021 /3BL Media/ — For the first time, American Airlines has been included in the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index. The recognition is a testament to the airline’s ongoing commitment to excellence on matters of environmental, social and governance (ESG), including reducing carbon emissions from its operation; advancing diversity, equity and inclusion; and providing regular and transparent ESG disclosures.

American Airlines Updates Path to Net-Zero Emissions by 2050


Underpinning American's strategy to achieve net-zero GHG emissions is the in-depth analysis the airline conducted in 2019–2020 to understand the climate-related risks and opportunities facing the company. American studied potential impacts on the business, operations and the broader environment. The airline is using these insights to target its efforts where it can have the most meaningful near-term impact in reducing its carbon footprint and mitigating its most significant climate-related risks.

American Airlines Publishes Latest Environmental, Social and Governance Report

Report features an updated analysis of the airline’s path to net-zero emissions
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FORT WORTH, Texas, October 29, 2021 /3BL Media/ - American Airlines published its latest Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report, detailing the progress the company made in 2020 on key ESG priorities, such as sustainability and diversity, equity and inclusion.

We're Proud to Stand Up for You, Charlie!

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Charlie is not your average 11-year-old. He's a bone cancer survivor who simply can't get enough of aviation. We had the honor of hosting Charlie here in Dallas-Fort Worth to get an inside look at life at American. When word got out to our AA Team about our very special guest, they pulled out all the stops. We’re proud to Stand Up for you, Charlie!

American Airlines Fuels Low-Carbon Future as Anchor Partner to Breakthrough Energy Catalyst

$100 million investment will support sustainable aviation fuel advancement, other pivotal solutions
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FORT WORTH, Texas, September 20, 2021 /3BL Media/ - American Airlines announced today that it has become an anchor partner to Breakthrough Energy Catalyst, investing $100 million in a groundbreaking collaborative effort to accelerate the clean energy technologies necessary for achieving a net zero economy by 2050.

In becoming one of Breakthrough Energy Catalyst’s first anchor partners, American is backing up its ambitious climate commitments with concrete action to accelerate the development of pivotal emissions-reduction solutions like sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).

In Images: How American Airlines Supported Operation Allies Refuge

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It was a meaningful assignment: Fly hundreds of American troops home from service in Afghanistan on the weekend the nation remembered the 20th anniversary of Sept. 11.

Maintaining the Mission


Team members from around the system came together to support American’s Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) activation these past few weeks. Throughout our airline, so many aviation professionals have raised their hands to help, including our Technical Operations team. So often behind the scenes, this group is charged with maintaining the safety of every aircraft in the air and keeping our airline moving. The same is the case for our CRAF flights. But there are differences, and our Tech Ops team has stepped up in a big way to ensure the safety and success of every mission.

American Airlines Flight Attendants Reflect on Flying a Civil Reserve Air Fleet Mission

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Thousands of American Airlines flight attendants volunteer each year to crew flights of the Civil Reserve Air Fleet, a U.S. government program that provides the Department of Defense with additional aircraft capacity in times of national crisis. Dozens of those flight attendants were called into service recently, willingly accepting the assignment and helping American fulfill its duty to the country. These are their reflections on their experiences as crew members on American’s rescue flights transporting evacuees from Afghanistan.

Opening PHL to Afghanistan Evacuees

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Following news that Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) would become the second entry point for evacuees arriving on Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) flights, American Airlines quickly mobilized to assist airport partners and city officials to prepare.

Rising to the Occasion

Hear from team members about supporting the Civil Reserve Air Fleet mission
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There aren’t many situations that the American Airlines team at Dulles International Airport (IAD) can’t handle. As a sister airport to American’s hub at Reagan National Airport (DCA), IAD is a common location for diverting aircraft during inclement weather, which is why the airline’s team there has developed something of a specialty in managing irregular operations and other one-of-a-kind circumstances.


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