American Airlines duty free shopping

Most airlines offer some kind of inflight shopping although depending on the route and the airline, these products may or may not be duty free. You can usually expect to be able to purchase fragrances, cosmetics, etc from the comfort of your seat. Here’s what information we currently have on American Airlines duty free shopping. Be sure to check back on this page frequently as we are constantly updating the information on the website.

About American Airlines

Airline name: American Airlines
IATA/ICAO Code: AA/AAL
Callsign: AMERICAN
Country: United States
Phone: 0844 369 9899
Website: https://www.aa.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/americanair
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AmericanAirlines

Founded in 1931 as American Airways, American Airlines (AA) is the world’s largest airline when measured by revenue and fleet size. A founding member of the Oneworld alliance, AA operates a primary hub at Dallas Fort Worth Airport (DFW) and has eight secondary hubs at airports across the United States. The airline flies to about 345 destinations in North America, the Caribbean, South America, Asia and Europe. It has codeshare agreements with 15 other carriers, as well as joint ventures with British Airways, Japan Airlines, Iberia, Finnair and Qantas on certain routes. Its fleet consists of 963 aircraft.

American Airlines offers on board duty free shopping – check out this page for more information.

Latest articles about American Airlines

American Airlines debuts new concourse in Washington

American Airlines debuts new concourse in Washington

American Airlines has begun welcoming customers to a new 14-gate regional concourse at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). The facility is designed to replace Gate 35X. The new concourse, constructed by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) as part of a $1 billion initiative to transform the customer experience at DCA, provides customers a […]

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Bottoms up: American to offer drinks from next month

Bottoms up: American to offer drinks from next month

To the relief of passengers, American Airlines will reintroduce full beverage service in all domestic premium cabins from May. Starting June, beverage service, including canned drinks, juice and water, will begin in the main cabin. American worked hand-in-hand with the Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA) and medical experts from the Travel Health Advisory Panel […]

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Thanksgiving drives London Heathrow to record November

Thanksgiving drives London Heathrow to record November

Heathrow has recorded its busiest ever November, with over 6.2 million passengers travelling through the airport. Passengers heading to the United States to celebrate Thanksgiving helped push up traffic figures on the back of new services. British Airways and American Airlines both introduced new links to Pittsburgh earlier this year, while also increasing flights on […]

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Dnata Expands Operations at Washington Dulles Airport

Dnata Expands Operations at Washington Dulles Airport

The Lufthansa Group has awarded a three-year ground handling contract to dnata at Washington’s Dulles Airport (IATA: IAD). The deal became effective from November 1, after dnata had invested US$ 4 million in equipment and hired 125 staff to its airport team. The contract includes ground- and passenger handling, plus aircraft cleaning and de-icing services […]

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American Airlines launches biometric boarding at LAX

American Airlines launches biometric boarding at LAX

Better boarding for American Airlines customers has arrived at Los Angeles International Airport with the launch of the carrier’s first-ever biometric boarding pilot program. American customers traveling on select international departures from LAX Terminal 4 can now enjoy additional convenience during the departure process thanks to cutting-edge technology. Instead of scanning boarding passes, the new […]

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