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@AmericanAir Twitter Team now available more hours and more days.

American’s Twitter team has really hit their groove. They started out about 20 months ago mostly to provide AA news but they’ve grown to be so much more than that. They’ve helped defuse a bomb scare. They’ve become the go to source for information during bad weather and airport delays, they answer travel questions, track…

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Short Facebook survey may earn you 100,000 AAdvantage Miles

Do you try to pick flight that you think will offer inflight wifi? I do. I look for 767-200s, 737s, MD-80s on some routes, and try to avoid 757s and 767-300 (domestically). Before I buy a ticket, I’ll follow wifi availability on a route using the American wifi widget to see if there are some…

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American Airlines Special Event: Film Festival for LAX to JFK passengers

Passengers traveling from Los Angeles to JFK today will get to take part in a high altitude film festival. From a USC Annenberg School of Communications press release: Universal Pictures partnered with USC Annenberg to develop ideas to celebrate the Studio’s 100th anniversary. Now, one of the USC students’ ideas is taking off on April…

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American Airlines Facebook, Pinterest, and YouTube News

It’s been a busy week for me, and you may have noticed a decline in number of updates I’ve been able to post.   If there’s been an increase in the general quality of  the internet these last few days, I hope it’s merely coincidental. Speaking of busy…the folks over at @AmericanAir have been busy…

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Checking in with @AmericanAir @SXSW: Win an American Airlines USB Card & Free Gogo Wifi Code

American Airlines 2012 SXSW event Corazon at Castle Hill in Austin, TX Twenty thousand people have landed in Austin for five days of workshops, panel discussions, and parties at the SXSW Interactive festival. This annual event is a big showcase of new products, apps, and services from small startups you haven’t heard of (yet) and…

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