American Airlines carried offline operations out of Sri Lanka & has been represented by Mack Air for over 3 decades. The airline offers network connectivity to its passengers via its regional & European hubs in Doha, Delhi, Mumbai, London, Frankfurt & Paris. The airline boasts of one of the largest airline networks in the world with the highest number of daily flights operated by any airline and is a dominant member of the largest global airline alliance; "OneWorld". Mack Air provides sales & reservation support functions to all American Airlines passengers traveling from Sri Lanka.
American Airlines, Inc. (AA) is a major airline operating in the United States. It has an extensive network of scheduled flights across North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. American Airlines operates from five hubs located in Dallas Fort Worth, John F. Kennedy International Airport, Los Angeles, Miami, and O'Hare International Airport in Chicago. The company's headquarters is in Fort Worth, Texas.
In 2014, American Airlines completed a merger with US Airways Group, creating the largest airline in the world. With a fleet of 966 aircraft, American Airlines currently operates the largest commercial fleet globally. It is a member of the Oneworld airline alliance, which is a global network of airlines that collaborate to provide travelers with seamless travel experiences across various destinations.
American Airlines frequent flier program, AA Advantage, is currently the largest frequent flier program globally, boasting a membership of over 63 million passengers. Members of the AA Advantage program can avail of the services of the Oneworld alliance to travel to 1015 destinations in 154 countries worldwide.
Passengers traveling from Sri Lanka can conveniently connect to the American Airlines network via multiple European cities, including London, Paris, Frankfurt, Zurich, Rome, Madrid, and Dusseldorf. American Airlines' focus on customer convenience and comfort has made it a preferred choice for air travel by millions of passengers worldwide.