American Airlines Careers

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Overall
3.9 of 5
Culture & Values
3.5
Work/Life Balance
3.6
Senior Management
3.0
Compensation and Benefits
3.9
Career Opportunities
3.5

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American Airlines is the leading airline in the United States. It is also one of the largest ones in the world serving 50 countries worldwide. This air transportation company has a network of nearly 6,800 daily flights reaching 350 destinations around the globe. Their additional operations include mail and freight services. For regional services, they operate under the brand name American Eagle. Additionally, American Airlines is a part of the Oneworld alliance. There are many job opportunities in various career areas at American Airlines. Whether you want to work at the airport, on the plane, in reservations, technical operations, or corporate, there is a place for you. Apply for an open position and start your American Airlines career.

Benefits

American Airlines offers excellent benefits to its employees including:

  • 401(k) Plan
  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • AD&D Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Health Savings Account
  • Life Insurance
  • Stock Options
  • Vacation & Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Sick Days
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Maternity & Paternity Leave
  • Military Leave
  • Family Medical Leave
  • Employee Discount
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Job Training

We currently have 54 open positions across 33 locations spread over 50 states.

Headquarter

Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.

Employee

10,000+

Revenue

More than $10B

Industry

Transport and Freight

Website

aa.com

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Frequently asked questions about American Airlines

Do American Airline employees fly for free?

American Airlines has the most generous flying perks out of all U.S. airlines. Other than current employees, their retirees are also eligible. Employees that receive this benefit can fly for free, along with their guests. They are given 16 "buddy passes" each year for their travel guests, whether friends or family.

How long does it take to get hired at American Airlines?

The hiring process at American Airlines typically takes 2-3 weeks. If your application is accepted and you attend an interview, the company usually responds within 15 days.

How often do American Airlines employees get paid?

All American Airlines employees get paid every two weeks (biweekly).

What does American Airlines pay employees?

Salaries at American Airlines vary depending on the job. The average hourly pay for a Reservations Agent is $14, $15 for a Fleet Service Clerk, while a Customer Service Agent makes $14 an hour.

How much do American Airlines flight attendants get paid?

The average hourly pay for a Flight Attendant at American Airlines is $30. On a yearly basis, the average pay is $38,404.

Can you work for American Airlines from home?

Yes, American Airlines is a flexible company that offers work from home job opportunities. There are several departments that offer this type of employment, especially in customer service.

How do I apply for a job at American Airlines?

To apply for a job at American Airlines, check out a job of interest. Once you’ve found one, press the “Apply Now” button next to open positions or click the “See more jobs” button to see similar positions near you. You can search by location, market type, work type or keyword. After that, just follow further instructions.

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American Airlines awards and recognitions

Some of the company awards and recognitions include: 

 

2020

  • Best Employers for Diversity, Forbes Magazine

2019

  • America’s Best Employers, Forbes Magazine

2018

  • Top 100 Military Friendly Employer, Military Friendly® Employer
  • Perfect Score on Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality, Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) Corporate Equality Index

American Airlines cares

American Airlines proudly supports nonprofit organizations that make a difference in the communities where our employees and customers live and work. We provide assistance to eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that help children, communities and military service members.

American Airlines reviews

Title

Location

Rating - Job Title

Comment

5.0

Costumer Assistant Representative

SeaTac, WA - March 5, 2020

It was an awesome company to work for.

I loved working for that company. Everyday I was motivated to do my best. I always put my job first, that’s how serious I take my job title. It doesn’t matter what position I’m in. I always strive to do good for the company

5.0

Customer Service Manager

Jf Kennedy Ap, NY - March 4, 2020

N/a

Great place to work difficult to work with the union. It’s great for first time managers/supervisors. Pay is decent overtime isn’t plentiful. Position was outside work

4.0

Airline pilot

Charlotte, NC - March 4, 2020

Rewarding and challenging

American Airlines is the largest airline in the world and thus offers many opportunities for employees. The workplace culture is one of SAFETY for our customers and workforce with the help of the immediate supervisors. The most enjoyable part of the job is providing a safe, reliable and comfortable flight. for all onboard.

4.0

Home Based Elite International Reservations Agent

Fort Worth, TX - March 4, 2020

The most enjoyable part of the job

What I enjioy

5.0

Purser/Flight Attendant

Miami International Airport, FL - March 2, 2020

Fantastic

I loved my job it a great journey of love everyday a different day or when you did turns you started knowing customers that flew back and forth for business. I would go back tomorrow!

5.0

CUSTOMER SERVICE AGENT

Charlotte, NC - March 2, 2020

Consistently new ideas

Devoted to a task with loyalty, a team player in which I work well with other groups and individuals. How to have compassion for others, show firm, and constant support to all causes.

5.0

Fleet Service Clerk

Denver, CO - February 29, 2020

Great Company

Good company to work for been working for them in two different fields for a total of 7 years now. Great flexibility, good pay scale, union depending upon where you’re working.

4.0

FLIGHT ATTENDANT

DFW Airport, TX - February 28, 2020

perks are so so

Flying was great, the benefits or perks are trending down a bit, however. Sitting standby is a small sacrifice for such great perks until you've sat standby for 3 days.

5.0

Specialist II

Tempe, AZ - February 27, 2020

Great job, amazing benefits

Wonderful opportunity as far as travel goes. Amazing people. Amazing management. I entered into this job at entry level and had advanced very quickly. Plenty of opportunities to move up. Understanding company with paid time off. Ability to travel the world anywhere the airlines fly. Family travel as well.

4.0

Baggage Handler

Washington, DC - February 26, 2020

Better than most

Although the job did not pay as good it was a job that had a great culture and great management. Work life balance could be a lot better but overall a good job for someone who had little to do experience with work. I felt my skills and talents were overqualified for the job.

5.0

Production Support coordinator

Jamaica, NY - February 26, 2020

American Airlines Reputations

I was pride to wear AAs uniform. I felt like the envy of everyone who watched me walk throughout the terminal. The flight benefits were great. The culture was impressive.

4.0

CUSTOMER SERVICE MANAGER

CUSTOMER OPERATIONS (Former Employee) - District of Columbia

Cut throat leaders

My first leadership team was trustworthy and supportive, but a new upper leadership team arrived and destroyed our team with fear tactics, forcing me to resign.

5.0

Operations Agent, Ground Security Coordinator, Customer Service Agent.

La Crosse, WI - February 24, 2020

Fun workplace

Fun workplace and great benefits. Lot off learning at the station you will have all the help from coworkers, supervisors an manager

4.0

Lead Customer Service Agent

Jamaica, NY - February 24, 2020

nice place to work

My experience at American Airlines is one that I will cherish and take with me on all of my future endeavors. It allowed me to form meaningful relationships with both my customers and colleagues.

4.0

Reservations Agent

North Carolina - February 24, 2020

Great place to grow

American has grown over the years and as a result the opportunity for growth within the company has also increased. I am happy to know my skills can be honed and developed across the world

5.0

Costumer Assistant Representative

SeaTac, WA - March 5, 2020

It was an awesome company to work for.

I loved working for that company. Everyday I was motivated to do my best. I always put my job first, that’s how serious I take my job title. It doesn’t matter what position I’m in. I always strive to do good for the company

5.0

Flight Attendant

Miami, FL - February 20, 2020

It is exhausting and sometimes overwhelming but the perks more than make up for it.

Being a flight attendant was probably one the best jobs I have ever had. Yes, it can be exhausting waking up in the wee hours and look your best when all you want to do is sleep; but it is definitely worth it all.

4.0

Customer Service Representative

O'hare International Airport, IL - February 20, 2020

Nice

It’s honestly not that bad of a job

5.0

Ramp Agent

Chicago, IL - February 20, 2020

Good company to be apart of

It’s a great place to work at and grow within the company. Every year of you working there your seniority goes up and you get better off days and vacation time.

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